Sunday, April 25, 2010

Happy Home


Lanse and I have been talking a lot about our new house and all the good times that are ahead of us in our first home together. A lot of memories are going to be made in this house. One day last week when I was in Waco, Lanse suggested we go to our new home and pray over it. So we did. We prayed for our marriage, for our future children, and for every person that will walk through our door. Not only did we pray, but we decided to write scripture on the frame of our house. So, we sat in front of our house and looked up verses that meant a lot to us. We went inside the house, and wrote the verses in every room.








We will forever have God's Word within the walls of our house!



8 comments:

  1. LOVE LOVE LOVE that! Cant wait to visit!

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  2. What an AWESOME idea! God is good! Bless your new life!

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  3. This is one of the most wonderful ideas I've ever seen. In fact, if we ever build a house or move to one that needs to be redone, I'm copying this idea. Until then, praying for your new life, your future and all that God has in store for your family. We love you all like you're our own family. {And yea, we're sorta your new neighbors!}

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  4. Thanks guys!

    Kim- I can't wait to be your neighbor!

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  5. What a GREAT idea and such a special way to commemorate your first house and the start of your life together! Loves. it. I'm so happy to see YOU so happy. Saw your momma on Sunday and it made me miss you. Can we please have a play date soon?

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  6. wow - love the idea. what fun and something you'll always remember. miss you!

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  7. Hi! I know you don't know me but I found your blog on Heather Strahan's. I went to High School with her & I also went to school with Nikki & Casey (Casey is my age). ANYWAY- I am commenting to tell you that you will be living on my street! I saw these pictures and immediately recognized your new house :) I'm at 9908 if you ever need and flour or sugar :) Welcome to the neighborhood!

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