Aug 14 2009

This past week...

Thanks for stopping by our blog:)  If you scroll down, you'll find pictures of the infamous plastic worm that was extracted from little Eli's nose at the hospital this week, you'll get to watch Britt Nicole beautifully sing in the K-LOVE studios, and you could even make some cookies if you're in a creative Crayon mood:)

Looking back at this week, I can't help but remember the pain I felt when we learned that MercyMe's tour bus had been in an accident.  As the week unfolded, we were praying so much for everyone involved.  We love and care about MercyMe, were so thankful they were all okay, and were so very sad that the people in the car didn't make it.  Just so sad.  With all the beautiful songs MercyMe sings about heaven, I can only hope that the families of the victims will somehow be comforted through their ministry.  Please keep praying.

We sure love spending our mornings with you:)  And we hope you have a great weekend...

hugs and k-love,

Lis

Aug 12 2009

Amy Baumann's son Eli...and the worm

Today, 3 year old Eli Baumann had to go to the hospital to have part of a plastic worm removed from his nose.  Thankfully, Eli is doing just fine.  The worm has seen better days.

On his way to the ER...

Just before the procedure...

The piece on the left is what was in Eli's nose...

Aug 11 2009

Britt Nicole

Aug 08 2009

Bart from Mercy Me has asked us all to pray

Early Saturday morning, Bart sent out a tweet asking us all to pray.

The Mercy Me tour bus was in an accident. The band is okay (physically), but 2 people in the car lost their lives. The third person in the car (a pregnant woman) needs your prayers.

The Mercy Me concert at Six Flags today has been postponed to Sept 5th.

Please be praying for all involved.

love, Lis

ps: Here's an article I found on-line...

By Natalie Hess Story Published: Aug 8, 2009 at 7:06 AM EDT Story Updated: Aug 8, 2009 at 7:07 AM EDT FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Two passengers in a car that turned into the path of a tour bus on Lima Road this morning have died, while the driver remains in critical condition. Police say a tour bus was traveling north through a green light at the intersection of Lima and Coliseum Boulevard around 1:15 a.m. this morning when a black car turned abruptly into its path. The car, a black Chevy Corsica, was heading south on Lima but turned suddenly eastbound onto Coliseum, says Public Information Officer Liza Thomas. The car drove directly into the path of the bus. According to police, a female passenger and a male passenger in that car were pronounced dead at the scene. The driver was taken to a local hospital in critical condition. No one on the bus was injured. The identities of the victims are still unknown. The Fort Wayne and Allen County FACT team, Allen County Prosecutor and Allen County Coroner's office are assisting the Fort Wayne Police department with the investigation.