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Don’t Throw Away Those Christmas Cards!

Christmas card basket

Our basket of Christmas Prayer Cards for 2015

What do you do with all those Christmas Cards you received over the last month…even those latecomers that might not have arrived until January 2nd (we got a few of those!)? Why not keep them and let them help you give back to each person/family throughout the whole year?

A few years ago we began a tradition at the Whipple house. I wrote about it on this blog several years ago, but I thought I’d re-write about it this year, because it has been such an important part of our family’s Christmas tradition that usually lasts through the summer and into the fall.

We take all those cards down from display when we put the decorations away, and place them in a basket. Each Sunday, when we have our dinner, one of the kids draws a card randomly from the basket. The younger ones in particular love picking the card. Sometimes there are spirited discussions about whose turn it is. 🙂

We then pray for that person or family every night at supper for the entire week. It is a great way to give back to them by praying for them. I try to let people know that we have prayed for them, but honestly, I often don’t. However, the times that I have called, texted, or emailed the family we prayed for in a particular week, or when I simply know the circumstances in their lives, I am always blown away by the timing of God allowing us to pray for that particular family on that particular week. It has almost always come at a time when that family/individual really needed it! Then again, I don’t know why it should blow me away. His sovereign timing is always right!

SO…don’t throw away those cards! Keep them and pray for those who have been meaningful in your lives and to thank God for them. It is a great example for your kids. We rotate saying the blessing around our supper table, so it is always cool to hear our kids intercede for others…sometimes people that they don’t even know well. Then, it is even cooler when we can tell them how their prayers were very timely!

You may even take the cards and put a note on them and send them back to those who originally sent them to you, letting them know you prayed and thanked God for them. It truly is a blessing to stand in the gap for friends and family and to teach your kids about praying for others.

Make those old Christmas Cards from last year into Prayer Cards for the new year!

And know that if you sent the Whipples a Christmas Card…we will be praying for you!

I thank God in all my rememberance of you, always in every prayer of mine for you allmaking my prayer for you with joy
Philippians 1:3-4



What do I need to do this year?

So what has this past year been like for you? What have you done? Where have you been? What does the future hold?

No matter where we have been nor where we are going there are three things Jesus says we must do if we are to experience the abundant life offered by Him and if we are to fully trust and follow Him. I would offer that these are three things we MUST do in 2013 if we are to experience God’s presence and purpose this year…and in the future. 

However, here’s the thing about these three simple things: most of us won’t do them. That’s just the reality, becaue while they are simple, they are not easy. Yet it doesn’t change the words of Jesus. So let’s look at these three simple steps to truly being a disciple of Christ…the three things that He is calling us to in this year…and every day, month, year. 

READ Luke 9:23-26 

23 And he said to all, “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me. 24 For whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will save it. 25 For what does it profit a man if he gains the whole world and loses or forfeits himself? 26 For whoever is ashamed of me and of my words, of him will the Son of Man be ashamed when he comes in his glory and the glory of the Father and of the holy angels.


…it means to deny anything that is about self. Jesus is meaning to prepare the disciples for martyrdom. To lay aside anything that is related to self gratification, self satisfaction, selfish desires. Does that mean we cannot enjoy things in this life? No. But to feed our flesh with the desires that the world offers will never satisfy and we must at moments throughout the day, week, year, make a choice to deny our self because our sinful self…our natural desires are not inline with the desires of God. It is something we must choose to do.

This year, if you and I and the church, want to experience all the fullness of a relationship with God through Jesus Christ, we must come after Him…and the first thing He says we must do is deny ourselves.  



Jesus was speaking to his disciples here and they were all too familiar with what it looked like to take up your cross. They had seen this lived out, seeing men literally carry crosses to their death.

Jesus was saying that it wouldn’t be easy. There are going to be burdens to bear. To these 11 there would even be martyrdom and exile to endure. They knew what this inferred. He was laying it out straight for them.

We are all charged up with following Jesus. We get excited about the idea of Him doing great things in our midst. “Yea God!” We are all about the miracle moments of the multiplying of the loaves and fishes…which we see personal benefit from. But…what about the burdens? What about the persecutions? What about the difficult times? What about the suffering? Are we gonna walk away from those? Are we gonna quit and say, “this is too much.”?

Burdens  and suffering are going to come this year just as they have come this past year. These are things we must bear as Christ’s followers…NOT things we have put on ourselves because of sin, selfishness, disobedience, rebellion. Those are different because they are consequences for sin.

Burdens are going to come each day…daily take up your cross. My burdens are not going to be the same as yours, and yours are not going to be the same as someone elses. Don’t get caught up in who is carrying what. The burdens are simply things that are going to come each day that we have to deal with. These will be things that God will use to shape us and mold us into the likeness of His Son…which is what it means to come after Jesus…to be made over into the His likeness. This won’t happen just once, but over our whole life. That’s why we must take up our cross daily.

This may be a burden that will bring suffering into our lives, but we must be ready to suffer for Christ. We must also know that all of these are for our good and His glory.



…both of these terms, deny yourself and take up your cross, are in the sense that they take place in a point of time. This phrase follow me is an ongoing term. It isn’t just a one time thing, but continuous. It isn’t just something that happens at a certain point in time, but is actively happening in an ongoing manner. 

We must be willing to follow Jesus no matter what we see on the road ahead. No matter what we think things are going to turn out to be…because they likely won’t turn out how we think.


If you do you’ll be settling for less. You’ll not experience God in a powerful way this day, this year…or any year.

 Here’s The Thing… What do you really want out of this year? More of the same? Or something greater?

 If we are to be what God wants us to be and if we are to experience the abundant life as He promises us and if we are to make a difference in this community, the world and the next generation, there are some things we must do. However, like I said, most of us likely won’t do these, but I pray that we will…that I will. It starts with just today, just this moment.

 “deny yourself, take up your cross daily, and follow Him” 



What to do when you don’t know what to do…

So…it’s been several months since I posted any blogs. the last 6 months have been pretty crazy in a lot of ways and blogging kinda took a back seat. Well, I’m once again trying to return to somewhat regular blogging. So for the few of you that read this…here we go.

Have you ever found yourself in a place in life where you just didn’t know what to do? Whether it is in ministry or family or career or school or relationships or even politics. We all can find ourselves at a place where we are at a loss as to what to do. Many of us are right now at a loss of what to do with our nation, the economy, the political landscape. Others are at a loss of what to do in their personal life, their marriage, their job (or lack of one). So, what do we do?

In recent weeks and months, I found myself in that place. I’ll admit that much of this journey of planting a church these last 7 years I have been at a loss of what to do. Most of the time, actually. However, I think that is a good place to be because it makes me realize my utter dependence on God. I should be leaning on Him, but while I know that, I still “lean on my own understanding” many times. When I get to a place where I can’t come up with what to do on my own…and even after asking God…what do I do then? Finding oneself in this place can lead to dispair, depression, slavery to fear, even falling into sin. We’ll turn to that secret sin or pleasure, we can get bitter, anxious. We might even turn to our favorite ice cream to help! So what do we do?

When I found myself in this place recently, God showed me something from His word that I had never really seen before in an Old Testament story. I was prompted to turn there when I saw a verse posted on facebook by my good friend Aidan McKenzie. The verse was 2 Chronicles 20:12b…

“We do not know what to do, but our eyes are on you.”

Wow! That is what I needed to hear. So, I backed up and read the context of the story of King Jehoshaphat…which is what one should always do in studying the Bible. (“Context is king”, as Kay Arthur always says.) STOP NOW and read it for yourself HERE before going on. No really, you need to take the time to read 2 Chronicles 18-20…its a good story and the message is strong.

Did you read it? If not, the rest of this post won’t mean much. READ IT before going on. You did it? Good!

Jehoshaphat was King of Judah at the time that Israel was a divided kingdom. He had made an unwise alliance with King Ahab of Israel and went to war alongside him…this almost cost him his life too. God was not pleased because of the wickedness of King Ahab. Yet God knew Jehoshaphat’s heart was to seek Him. After this, Jehoshaphat brought reforms to Judah and brought the nation back to God. Then, enemies from within turned against Jehoshaphat. In Chapter 20 we see where the Moabites, Ammonites, and Meunites, who had been allowed to live in peace among the children of Israel when they conqured the Promised Land, came against Jehoshaphat in battle (20:1). When Jehoshaphat was told, he did not know what to do. He was about to be overcome by a great horde. What did he do?

What we read in 2 Chronicles 20:1-30 gives us the answer and also gives us a prescription on what to do when we don’t know what to do. If you haven’t read it, go there now and read it. (You get the idea I want you to read this?) What did Jehoshaphat do when he didn’t know what to do? (all scripture quotations are from the English Standard Version)

  • v. 3 – Then Jehoshaphat was afraid and set his face to seek the Lord, and proclaimed a fast throughout all Judah.
    When we don’t know what to do we are afraid…but when we are afraid we should determine to seek the Lord…with intensity. The proclaiming of a fast was to seek God with greater intensity. Fast and pray.
  • v. 5-6 – And Jehoshaphat stood in the assembly of Judah and Jerusalem, in the house of the Lord, before the new court, and said, “O Lord, God of our fathers, are you not God in heaven? You rule over all the kingdoms of the nations. In your hand are power and might, so that none is able to withstand you.
    Cry out to God…Pray. Jehoshaphat cried out to God in front of the whole assembly. We should not be afraid to cry out to God with our brothers and sisters in Christ. Have them cry out on your behalf.
  • v. 12 – “O our God, will you not execute judgment on them? For we are powerless against this great horde that is coming against us. We do not know what to do, but our eyes are on you.”
    We need to admit our poverty and in humility understand our powerlessness and utter dependence upon God. Then turn to and KEEP our eyes on the LORD alone. He alone is worthy and He alone is able to win the victory. We can’t, but He can! Sounds trite and cliche-ish but it’s true. Jehoshaphat realized this. His own wisdom had gotten him in a mess and nearly killed him. That leads to the next step…
  • v. 15-17 And he said, “Listen, all Judah and inhabitants of Jerusalem and King Jehoshaphat: Thus says the Lord to you, ‘Do not be afraid and do not be dismayed at this great horde, for the battle is not yours but God’s. 16 Tomorrow go down against them. Behold, they will come up by the ascent of Ziz. You will find them at the end of the valley, east of the wilderness of Jeruel. 17 You will not need to fight in this battle. Stand firm, hold your position, and see the salvation of the Lord on your behalf, O Judah and Jerusalem.’ Do not be afraid and do not be dismayed. Tomorrow go out against them, and the Lord will be with you.”
    Recognize whose battle it is...and quit trying to fight it ourself! Interestingly, v. 17 is the middle verse of the Old Testament. It’s no coincidence that this verse somewhat sums up what God had to continually remind the children of Israel…”see the salvation of the Lord on your behalf..the Lord will be with you.”
  • v. 18-19 18 Then Jehoshaphat bowed his head with his face to the ground, and all Judah and the inhabitants of Jerusalem fell down before the Lord, worshiping the Lord. 19 And the Levites, of the Kohathites and the Korahites, stood up to praise the Lord, the God of Israel, with a very loud voice.
    WORSHIP! Sing praise to God…even in the midst of your circumstance! For HE IS WORTHY! Jehoshaphat worshiped in humility. When you don’t know what to do…DON’T PULL AWAY FRRM THE CHURCH! I see this all too often. Don’t stop gathering with the Body of Christ for WORSHIP. Jehoshaphat worshiped before the battle…while surrounded by enemies.
  • v. 20 – And they rose early in the morning and went out into the wilderness of Tekoa. And when they went out, Jehoshaphat stood and said, “Hear me, Judah and inhabitants of Jerusalem! Believe in the Lord your God, and you will be established; believe his prophets, and you will succeed.” (emphasis added)
    Be OBEDIENT. They stepped out IN FAITH. Continue to walk in obedience. Whatever you KNOW God commands…continue to do. Whatever the last thing He told you to do…continue to do, even while you wait on Him. Step out in obedience. Oh…and by the way…STOP the things you know are in DISOBEDIENCE. Notice that they didn’t come up with a plan, Jehoshaphat simply told the people to do what God had instructed. “They went out“. God calls you and I to obedience…because He loves us and we love Him. When your finances are in trouble, don’t stop tithing. That’s “robbing God” (Malachi 3:8). When your marriage is struggling…don’t give up and break the covenant you made before God and pursue another relationship or lifestyle. When you have sinned against your spouse…don’t continue in it. STOP and repent and return to walking with God in obedience.  When you don’t know what to do…step out in faith…each day. DO the things you already KNOW to do…and DON’T do the things you know you are not to do.
  • v. 21 – And when he had taken counsel with the people, he appointed those who were to sing to the Lord and praise himin holy attire, as they went before the army, and say, “Give thanks to the Lord, for his steadfast love endures forever.”
    Give THANKS in advance. The people thanked God ahead of the battle. Thank Him before you know the outcome. A heart of gratitude will keep everything in perspective. The Bible reiterates this over and over. (see James 1:2-3)
  • v. 22 – And when they began to sing and praise, the Lord set an ambush against the men of Ammon, Moab, and Mount Seir, who had come against Judah, so that they were routed.
    Sing and praise God for the victory. WHEN they began to sing and praise the Lord…HE ACTED! When they stepped out in faith and obedience…THEN God acted.
  • v. 29-30 – And the fear of God came on all the kingdoms of the countries when they heard that the Lord had fought against the enemies of Israel. So the realm of Jehoshaphat was quiet, for his God gave him rest all around.
    God’s glory was evident to ALL! His glory will be manifested (made vividly clear) in your life and church to everyone around…even enemies. In the previous verses (23-28) we also see the provision and blessing that God gives Jehoshaphat and the people as a result of HIS victory and their FAITH. More evidence of the glory of God.

So what do we do when we don’t know what to do? I don’t know what enemies you are facing right now…what “horde” is surrounding and advancing upon you, but your eyes need to be on the Lord. That is our only hope. Our eyes don’t need to be on government, elections, people, economics, leaders, pastors or anything else in this world. We should simply fololw this pattern Jehoshaphat did:

  • seek God intensly
  • pray…cry out to God
  • in humility turn our eyes to the Lord
  • trust Him to fight the battle
  • worship and praise Him
  • step out in faith and walk in obedience…daily
  • give thanks in advance
  • watch God work!
  • repeat continually… 🙂


Today a new movie comes out that is a must see: Seven Days In Utopia. It is based on the best-selling book Golf’s Sacred Journey by David Cook. Men need to see this movie. It is one of those rare Hollywood films that has a positive, biblically principled message. It will also challenge you. For more on Golf’s Sacred Journey check out THIS LINK.  Watch the trailer…


Sunday Recap…looking forward to this weekend too…

This past Sunday was a unique worship gathering @ The Ridge. We had some guests…who are not really guests at all, but Ridgers themeselves…who shared about their mission and ministry. Mike & Mary Pinkerton have been at The Ridge almost since we started 5 1/2 years ago. The serve as Intercultural Mission Directors for American Missionary Fellowship. AMF is the oldest missionary organization in the U.S. started originally in 1790 as the First Day Society of Philadelphia and later becoming the American Sunday School Union in 1817. Mike and Mary have been with AMF for 37 years. They shared their passion for missions in the United States and the various ministries that they are part of across the country. Mike also shared a challenge from 1 Samuel 14, saying that in the church today, we need more “shield bearers”. Read the story HERE to see what he meant. There are a few “Jonathans” in the Kingdom…pastors, missionaries, ministry leaders…but most of us are called to be shield bearers; watching the backs of our leaders, going into battle with them, carrying the armor, protecting them by praying, supporting, encouraging, and working alongside them.

I am thankful that God brought Mike & Mary Pinkerton to The Ridge. They have been a great encouragement to me and a huge part of the body of Christ @ The Ridge! I was very excited to say that we would be supporting their ministry in the coming budget year and that we gave 10% of the offering Sunday to them for support. Many people signed up to be prayer partners for the Pinkertons and their work around this country.

As we closed, I challenged our people to join us in prayer as Jesus said in Matthew 9:35-38

And Jesus went throughout all the cities and villages, teaching in their synagogues and proclaiming the gospel of the kingdom and healing every disease and every affliction. 36When he saw the crowds,he had compassion for them, because they were harassed and helpless, like sheep without a shepherd. 37Then he said to his disciples, “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; 38thereforepray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.”

We need many, many people to volunteer each week @ The Ridge, as do all churches, in order to reap the harvest that is available in our community.  We held a Ministry Fair following the worship gathering to have people volunteer to serve this fall. We need about 35-40 new volunteers to serve in Creative Arts, RidgeKidz, Guest Services and Operations on a regular basis. It was a lot of fun as we had carnival booths set up for each ministry team complete with games and even stuffed animal prizes (which we bought 2 or 3 years ago for another event and never got to use). The disappointing thing was the lack of people who signed up to help…or even bothered to stop by and look at how they could be involved. It seems that the quote I shared in the worship gathering from pastor and author Francis Chan is sadly more true than I had hoped…

“If a guy were dating my daughter but didn’t want to spend the gas money to come and pick her up or refused to buy her dinner because it cost too much, I would question whether he were really in love with her. In the same way, I question whether many American churchgoers are really in love with God because they are so hesitant to do anything for Him.” – Francis Chan

Sadly we are more worried about the end of the Harry Potter series of movies…check out this article about grief counseling being offered for fans (really ?!…yes really, I can’t make that up!)…or whether the NFL lockout will be resolved in time to start the season, than we are about our neighbors, co-workers, family members, friends, strangers going to Hell because they don’t know Jesus!

There is still a chance for YOU to get involved in God’s Kingdom work! Whether you are attending @ The Ridge or some other church in your community! Don’t miss out on the privilege to partner with God in HIS work.

This weekend we are partnering with churches all over our region for the Community Makeover. This is an event that we have been a part of since it’s inception…even before it started! We will be simply being the church out in the community by being the hands & feet of Jesus. We’ll be serving at 7 different ministry project sites in order to show the love of Christ to the community. If you haven’t signed up yet, just show up Saturday, June 23rd at 8am at Austin Middle School on Ridge Road (we’ll ALL be doing a project there…even if you signed uyp for anothe project Sunday), then come Sunday July 24th at 8:00 am for donuts, coffee and a brief time of worship together before we head out into the community to serve people and serve the Lord. Even if you didn’t sign up, you can still show up. We NEED MORE VOLUNTEERS. Just come…you can even bring your kids. We evenb have volunteers who are going to be bringing lunch to all the project sites! If you want to help and want to know more details on the projects (what to bring, etc.) email me at or Wendell Brewton at . Sunday evening, we’ll be joining with all the churches and volunteers in the community at the new Paulding County Courthouse on Hwy 278 in Dallas for a Community Makeover Celebration! You don’t want to miss it! Check out the video below to find out more about CM:

Will you be a shield bearer for the Kingdom? Become a prayer partner for missionaries like Mike & Mary Pinkerton…volunteer to serve on a ministry team @ The Ridge or your own church…be a part of impacting the community by volunteering this weekend fopr Community Makeover. Let’s go to battle and push back the darkness a little more!


turn 4

This past weekend, for auto racing fans, there were two of the biggest races on the schedule. The Indy 500 and NASCAR’s Coca-Cola 600. I watched the races off and on throughout the afternoon and evening, but the finish of both these races was what was most intriguing and unexpected.

In the Indy 500 a 23 year old rookie, J.R. Hildebrand was winning the race after a flurry of lead changes toward the end. Coming into turn

JR Hildebrand crashes coming out of turn 4 at Indy

four, the final turn, he had only to pass a slower lapped car then cruise down the straight away to the finish line and take the checkered flag. It was going to be a great story. But…it was not to be. As he passed the slower car coming out of the final turn, Hildebrand’s car got a little high on the track and out of the groove…sending him crashing into the wall! Dan Wheldon passed him and took the victory…while Hildebrand maintained enough control to slide all the way down the wall to the finish line and finish second. A great finish for a rookie, but not what could’ve been. My heart went out for that guy!

In the Coca-Cola 600, which is the longest race on NASCAR’s schedule, a crazy bunch of racing and pit stops and strategies made for an unexpected finish. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. had been running well all day. Through a series of strategic calculations on fuel, Jr. decided to gamble on being able to finish

Earnhardt runs out of gas as Harvick passes him in turn 4

the race. he conserved as best he could…even turning off his engine and coasting during a late yellow flag. All this enabled him to be in the lead on the final few laps. He took the white flag with what seemed to be an insurmountable lead and a sure victory…his first in a long time. Then coming into turn 4…just as at Indy…that all changed. He began to slow and it was quickly apparent that he was out of fuel. Momentum would only take him so far. Six cars would pass Jr. before he coasted across the finish line in 7th place. A respectable finish and a decent payday for sure, but not what could’ve been.

So I was thinking about these races this week and several scriptures and principles from God’s word came to mind. Where are you on the track? Are you thinking about the finish at all? For all we know we are all coming into “turn four.” While Harold Camping’s supposed prophecy did not come true on May 21, we don’t know what the future holds, nor do we know when Christ will return (Matthew 24) or when our days will end (Ecclesiastes 9:12a). We can make all the calculations we want on our future, the future of the world, our nation, politics, economic forecasts, and on and on. The bottom line is we are all in “turn four” or at least we should live like we are.

In 1 Corinthians 9:24-27 Paul says,

24Do you not know that in a race all the runners run, but only one receives the prize? So run that you may obtain it. 25Every athlete exercises self-control in all things. They do it to receive a perishable wreath, but we an imperishable. 26So I do not run aimlessly; I do not box as one beating the air. 27But I discipline my body and keep it under control, lest after preaching to others I myself should be disqualified.

And again in Galatians 5:7…

You were running a good race. Who cut in on you to keep you from obeying the truth?

Jesus warned us to always be ready…live prepared for His return (Matthew 25:1-13). We should live as if we are coming out of “turn four” all the time. Some of us have run well but we are running out of fuel. We are not keeping our lamps full of oil as Jesus illustrated. We aren’t living  our lives filled with and dependent upon and trusting in the Holy Spirit. We may be doing good things…going to church…but we aren’t in a relationship with Jesus. You are coming out of turn four and you are gonna run out because what you are filled with is insufficient to get you to victory. You must put your faith in Jesus…not in religion or spirituality. A relationship with Jesus is the only thing that will get you home. (John 14:6). We need to live everyday walking with Jesus as if it is the last day…as if we are in turn four.

Some of us are walking with the Lord, but we are in danger of crashing because we have gotten out of the groove. We are looking to the finish line but not paying attention to what’s going on right under our wheels. Hildebrand crashed because he got out of the racing groove and got “up into the marbles.” The marbles are the little balls of rubber that accumulate on the outside parts of the track as tires ont he cars wear over the course of the race. When a car “gets in the marbles” it’s like getting on ice. They can quickly lose control…and before they know it they are in the wall. We have to pay attention to the things that are all around us that can trip us up and send us into the wall. As the writer of Hebrews says, “lay aside every encumbrance and the sin which so easily entangles us” (Hebrew 12:1). The enemy wants nothing more than to see you not finish well. If you are a Christ follower, Satan knows he can’t have you (John 10:28) but he can surely disqualify you and make you less than useful for the Kingdom and the sake of the Gospel in this world. He can get you “out of the groove” and “into the marbles.” We’ve seen it over and over. In the wake of such disasters we see many hurt and disillusioned people…even the ones we love the most wind up damaged. Discipline and concentration are essential coming out of turn four and headed to the finish. That’s where we are as the church. It isn’t about us…it’s about HIM and HIS glory. It’s about the Great Commission and taking the Gospel to the nations…then the finish line comes.

We have to stay focused…concentrating…not letting anything “cut in on us” and distract us from what Christ calls us to. We must stay filled with the Spirit…stay in the narrow groove (Matthew 13:22-30). Turn four is where the race can be won or lost. We can finish strong and well or we can limp across the line…or not make it at all. What is your focus as you come into turn four? Are you running on fumes or full? Are you disciplined and concentrating or distracted by the world? Are you in the groove or not? Finish strong! Finish well!

 1Therefore, since we are surrounded by so great a cloud of witnesses, let us also lay aside every weight, and sin which clings so closely, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, 2looking to Jesus, the founder and perfecter of our faith, who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and seated at the right hand of the throne of God. – Hebrews 12:1-2



I went to the store today to pick up some items for supper tonight. My oldest came home from summer school so the whole family is here! After several hours at a friend’s pool, we were doing the traditional grilling out. It appeared that the whole community is having the same menu, by the appearance of the shelves at Kroger. All the baked beans were gone as were most of the ingredients for homemade ice cream!  As we enjoy our family time and the day off…don’t ever forget what Memorial Day is really about…don’t let your kids forget either. We remember those who made our freedom possible by making the ultimate sacrifice…true American Heroes.


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