Proverbs 14:34

“Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a disgrace to any people.”

My question is, what are we doing about this?

To exalt the nation, I’m thinking we have to begin in the home. But how can we teach/model righteousness to our kids in such a way as to reach beyond our walls? How can the righteousness that we grow in, in our smaller communities, effect the larger communities around us?


The Harris Family said...

Hey Tim...Tell Kim hello for me and that it would be wonderful to visit with her via "blogg style". We love you guys and as always, you are in our prayers. Also, Jason and I are meeting Eli and KLC in about an hour for a late lunch - WITHOUT CHILDREN!!!! I am so excited, it will be like the olden days before there were kids...so I am sure they will catch us up on all the happenings with you and your family. Love you guys!

tim rush said...

Hey Michelle, I'm sure you guys had a great time with Eli and KLC. They are too nice. When are you guys going to come visit us?

The Harris Family said...

Hey Tim!

This is Jason. Dinner with Eli & KLC was great! We spent about 6 hours with them away from our kids! It was an adults night out. P.F. Changs for dinner, 2 1/2 hours at Starbucks talking about the Spirit filled life, then off to Barnes & Nobles for the guys and Old Navy for the women.

Send me your email address so that I don't have to waste the comments section of your blog... :-)

We would love to go down there! I think I'll wait till Sam is a little older... Not because of Mexico, but for our own sanity. Boys are SOOO much different than girls. It is great how God made men and women different.

Love you guys!


tim rush said...

hey J, for whatever reason I can't send emails using outlook express. Thus, our email is tkqrush@aol.com

Write dude. Tim