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Phil Armenik: Atum is here

To start the week off right we have a guest post from none other than Doctor Brother Phil Armenik who has a few comments on the changing of the seasons…

Bruthrun, sistren, and reprobates,

Just a few thots after a long Sunday at the church house. Atum is here amen. That meens women wont be walkin round in two peece bathing sutes like a cheep hore amen. But theres still lot of problems in the atum amen. Amen if a woman is immodest in her dress the whether outside dont matter amen.

I went sole winning at the hi skool football game on Friday amen and ran acrost one of the women at the church waring pants. I asked her why she was waring close that pertainth to man and she said it was cold to ware a dress. Amen let me tell you bruthers that is a lie from pit of hell. I dont know if its worst for a woman to be naked or to be waring split garmets amen.

Amen this is what I told her amen if Eskmo women dont ware split garmets nether shuld you amen. Theres never been any time in human histry that women didnt ware dresses until we enter the Layodceen Age. Amen if you dont beleve that just name me one amen. Now women all over world want to put on a pare of pants. Its femnism and rebellon by the woman gants the Bible athority and thats there husband and preechers. Thats also why theres women preechers becuse so many women are lesban amen. Women naturly are attracted to authority and if a person listens to a woman preecher that meens there gay amen becuse there looking for athorty in women. Women preechers started out the Methdist and Episkopal churches and that where the gays started at too amen.

And that just brings us rite back to waring pants. Amen in ever culture the men ware parted undergarmets and the women ware unparted garmets. If theres ever a man waring parted garmets its becuse hes a preest or immam or rabbi or some kind of pagan cult leeder amen. Thats why theres so many gays in the Cathlicks and Anglicans becuse they ware gowns behind the pulpit amen. Theres a strong tie between womens close and being gay amen. Its called being transvestite.

So men if your wifes are telling you its too cold bruthers stand up to her amen. theres no excuse for women to ware pants amen. If its cold outside she can ware long dress and long stockings amen and a cuple layers of long johns amen but she shuldnt be waring no pants.

Till necks time blessings be upon thee and thy house,

Bro Phil Armenik
Evangelist Rev. Dr. Bro. Phil ARmenik
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Announcing A World Vision Giveaway

The World Vision Bloggers are leaving for Sri Lanka one week from today!

To celebrate this coming journey, we’re doing something that has only happened on SFL one other time in four years: having a little contest/giveaway. We’ve put together four identical prize packages, a collection of  books, music, and World Vision apparel. To each of those four prize packs we will add something from Sri Lanka, a unique prize made by the people of Sri Lanka.

Our hope and prayer is that you’ll follow our journey, find hope and inspiration in the stories we share, and perhaps be moved to join the story by sponsoring a child from Sri Lanka through World Vision.

This is what each of the four winners will receive:

-A copy of World Vision’s Faith in Action Study Bible
-A copy of The Hole in Our Gospel by Richard Stearns, World Vision’s president
-An autographed copy of Love Story: The Hand That Holds Us from the Cradle to the Grave by Nichole Nordeman
-A copy of Praying for Strangers: An Adventure of the Human Spirit by River Jordan
-A copy of Life Without Limits: Inspiration for a Ridiculously Good Life by Nick Vujicic
-A copy of From the Library of C.S. Lewis: Selections from Writers Who Influenced His Spiritual Journey by James Stuart Bell and Anthony P. Dawson
-A copy of One Thousand Gifts: A Dare to Live Fully Right Where You Are by Ann Voskamp (as well as a copy of Ann’s “gift book” called Selections from One Thousand Gifts: Finding Joy in What Really Matters (this book features Ann’s words and photography)

-A copy of Music Inspired By the Story, a compilation CD that includes music by Amy Grant, Nichole Nordeman, Michael W. Smith, Natalie Grant, Jeremy Camp and many more.
-A copy of Hurt & the Healer by MercyMe
-A copy of As Long As it Takes by Meredith Andrews
-A copy of Who I Am from American Idol alum Jason Castro
-A copy of The Reckoning by Needtobreathe
-A copy of Hundred More Years by Francesca Battistelli

-A World Vision t-shirt from its GIVEN apparel line
-An official World Vision track jacket

-And a handmade item from Sri Lanka…

To enter for your chance to win, simply “like” World Vision’s Facebook page and each of the bloggers’ Facebook pages using the handy Rafflecopter tool (Note: you will need to be signed into your Facebook account for it to work) and you will automatically be entered to win one of the FOUR amazing prize packages.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

This contest begins on Thursday, August 16, 2012 and will end at midnight (PST) on Wednesday August 22, 2012. Winners will be selected at random. One winner per household. You must be 18 years or older and have a valid United States address to enter. No purchase is necessary. Winners will be contacted by email on or before September 10, 2012.

And Now For Something Completely Different…

And now it’s time for THE LOOMING NEWS from yesterday!

I’m very excited today to announce that at the end of August I’m going to be taking SFL on a trip with a group of bloggers, writers, and storytellers who will be putting their talents to work to tell the story of World Visions efforts in Sri Lanka. For five days I’ll be taking a break from our usual snarky content here on SFL to tell the stories of people who are doing good to “the least of these.”

Here are some quick facts from World Vision about the current situation in Sri Lanka

– As of 2009, nearly 6,300 children under the age of 18 have been forcibly recruited to fight in the war.

– After the 2004 tsunami and years of civil conflict, Sri Lanka’s population struggles to recover. Almost a quarter of the population lives below the poverty line, and thousands of people are still displaced from their homes by the war.

– According to the World Food Program, about 22 percent of children under 5 are malnourished nationally, but the number doubles in areas affected by the civil conflict.

– The end of the civil war boosted Sri Lanka’s economy, which made major gains in 2009.

The Ella Gap view towards the South Coast, Sri Lanka

Since 1953, World Vision has been helping children and adults around the world both with disaster relief as well as longer-term economic and child sponsorship programs. Their programs stand in stark contrast to the strict emphasis on “evangelism only” that many of us grew up around choosing instead to minister with life, deed, word and sign.

I’d encourage you to check out the World Vision sponsorship program for children in Sri Lanka and around the world. I can’t wait to take go on this journey and explore these stories with all of you.

A Pause for Rest, A Rest For Paws

As I do from time to time, I’m taking a few days off from blogging to rest and recuperate. At least that’s the plan. I’m somewhat addicted to this place so letting it sit idle is a challenge even when doing so is for my own sanity.

In the meantime, I will still be putting up a little new content on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ so be sure to follow and subscribe if you haven’t already.

See you all in a few!