Wednesday, December 22, 2010

A social network Christmas

This is pretty cool.

What if Facebook had been around when Jesus was born? Watch this.  [UPDATE: I had an incorrect link, sorry.  Please try it now.]


  1. I can't get the link to work. I'll try again later.

  2. I tried to go to the link but it comes up as out of service. Perhaps a error in linking?


    Ouida Gabriel

  3. I just wanted to stop by and let you know just how much I appreciate your blog and the time it takes to do it. Above all else I wanted to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas.
    God Bless,


    This too.

  5. I think your link is broken - do you mean this link?

  6. link is not working for me, what is it called on so I can look it up myself.

  7. I am a 54 year old man who has been unable to feel nearly anything emotional for a long time. I lost my mother this year, and experienced another loss of sorts with my siblings and even my own daughters. And here I sit reading your post with tears streaming down my face. I am not religious but I very much identify with the thoughts expressed in the "Letter From Jesus." And I promise I will take the advice offered in said letter.

    I just discovered your blog today, linked from Survivalblog, so I thank James Wesley for the link, and you for your writing. I can see I will have much to read here.

    I live in Seattle now and hope to move to Northern Idaho in the not-too distant future. It truly is God's country up there.

    Bless you and your family, and I hope you have a wonderful Christmas.

  8. Anonymous, I grieve for your losses, and welcome you to the blog. Perhaps we can help you lay your troubles in the lap of Jesus - it's very comforting to share a burden.

    - Patrice

  9. Rob, I used your link. Thanks! That was a fast moving video and cute.

    Anonymous 12/22 7:30pm, be of good cheer because you have found a great blog where
    Patrice makes everyone feel welcome. Pull up
    a chair and sit for awhile.

    Anonymous Patriot