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April 09, 2010

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Christina Swafford

I hope you got the first part of my blog. When I was at the your break out session in Chattanooga I wish there was more time to talk about how to get involved with the ministries that were already at work in those countries you were talking about. The break out session was just awesome! Also I want to talk about shannon and that song. After the conference I started searching for that song and finally I found it last night. I love that song. I kept playing in my mind that song is special to me because God is doing an amazing work in my soul right now. Rock on girl! Thank you for being Christ's ambassador.

Rachael Starke

Carolyn,
I was a little teary tonight for an entirely different reason (I'm married to a godly man who loves me, and I have three healthy, bright girls - what on earth do I have to cry about?!).
Praise God for helping me catch up with you blog tonight. The cross is always, always so much more than enough.

And now that I see you're finally making your way to California, I'm there with at least two of my girlfriends. Roadtrip! God bless you!

Becky Pliego

Carolyn,

Thank you...I just bought Sannon's music on iTunes.

It is beautiful indeed!

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