“We do not live in a praying age. We live in an age of hustle and bustle, of man’s efforts and man’s determination, of man’s confidence in himself and in his own power to achieve things, an age of human organization, and human machinery, and human push, and human scheming, and human achievement; which in the things of God means no real achievement at all.  What we need is not so much some new organization, some new wheel, but the Spirit of the living creature in the wheels we already possess.”
Dr. Reuben A. Torrey, The Power of Prayer

Announcements,

Changed to Blog format

I decided to try out a blog format for my website. This will make it easier to add new items.

Not sure how long it will last, but it’s worth a try. If you want to go to the photography galleries, click the gallery category and it will bring you right to it. I will add more announcements as more features and changes are made

I changed the website over to expression engine. I think this time I’ll be staying with this format. The look may change a little, but the way things work is generally going to stay the same.

Announcements,

Contact me

I can be emailed at contact@lombardispot.com

Announcements,

Photography Services

If you are looking for wedding and photography services, please browse the portfolios, and pricing.

Portfolios
Prices

Family,

I’ll call you

It seems like every time I go on a plane trip I am compelled to call home and let mom and dad know that we have arrived safely. This seemed to make sense being that we launched ourselves across the airways, flying thousands of feet above the ground. Any accident and we would surely perish. However, studies show that driving is thousands of times more dangerous than flying. As a matter of fact, 1 in 11 million passengers are involved in a plane accidents while 1 in 5,000 drivers are involved in a fatal car accidents. Perhaps I should be calling mom and dad every time I drive somewhere!

Family,

Tele-tubbies?

Jenn tells me that Matthew loves to watch the Tele-Tubbies. Yes, that strange show that makes little sense to adults is perfect sense to Matthew. We mentioned this to our Bible study group and they were quick to point out how one of the Tele-Tubbies is apparently a gay character. Some people have gone so far as to ban Tele-Tubbies as entertainment for their child. This is understandable behavior. But from a practical view, this doesn’t make much sense. Heck, we paid for our cable television and this program is providing Matthew with some reasonable stimulation and occupying his time while Jenn is able to do some housework, etc. Let’s get real here, Matthew is not at an age that he is going to understand that the gay character exist. He’s not going to subconciously gain a sexual preference from a “supposedly gay” tele-tubby. I think it’s just paranoia to be afraid of this “gay” tele-tubby.

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