Tornadoes - April 27, 2011

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    Pictures of the destruction following the April 27, 2011 Tornadoes in Alabama
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  • Hi, my name is Jan Owen. I am a woman following, loving, seeking and worshiping Jesus. These writings are my thoughts as I journey through both the pains and joys of life. After serving as a worship pastor for 15 years, I am now a worship missionary, serving as the President of the Give Worship Project, Inc., a non-profit 501(c)3 organization to help equip indigenous church leaders, particularly in the area of worship. You can donate by using the DONATE button below. All your gifts are tax-deductible and very appreciated. Thanks! Check it out! www.giveworship.com

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    Louis Tagliaboschi

    I have to say that right now, Carl Cartee is providing inspiration for me. Getting to see him lead us in worship at recreate was amazing. The thing that really got me though, was when we were at Safire, and he got up to play, he worshiped, even though it seemed that no one in the room was paying any attention to him. That is the mark of a true worshiper.

    Beth Taylor

    Hi Jan...I saw a comment you made on Pete Wilson's blog today (2/18)and I was excited to see we have the same "holy discontent"-the gender issues in the body of Christ. Just stopping by to say hi and encourage you in all that God has called you to do. Bless you!

    Jenna

    I randomly came across your blog today, and just the short bit that I have read so far has been inspiring to me. Even the definition of "inspire" sparks inspiration within me. God moves and inspires me through so many people, but also in so many of the smallest events or things around me. Praise the God who can constantly delight us with the traces of Himself that He leaves scattered throughout our lives!

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