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Help Katie Go To NJ To Help Hurricane Sandy People

December 7, 2012

I’m writing this blog in the hope of
helping my friend Katie out. She has
has a wonderful chance to go and help
out Hurricane Sandy People. There was so
much devastation there that the good lord
has called on Katie and her church to help
out. This blog is my way of helping out
Katie out.

If you can not give any money please share
this on other social media site you are on
and say a prayer that Kathie you raise the
funds she need.

This is what Kathie had to say.

I am going on a mission trip to Galloway NJ to help with the victims of Hurricane Sandy. I am going with a church group. We are going on Wednesday December 19th-22. If anyone would like to help donate money for me to get there. I need $120 by December 11th. Thank you. You can make checks payable to Grace Community Church and send to 8200 Old Columbia Road Fulton, MD 2075. Please put on the check Katie Hartnett
So the church knows who it is for. If you don’t want to send a check
and would like to send it to pay pal you can send it to my pay pal and I will send a check for Kathie.
Any bit helps.

• Help support our Church partners in a variety of ways
• All aspects of church and home reconstruction and repair
• Cooking for your team (or a season of teams) &/or helping with meal preparation or cleanup
• Maintenance of the church & warehouse facilities
• Prayer Walks in the areas of homeowners whose homes are being repaired
• Prayer warriors for the area of churches
• Home visits in the neighborhoods to build relationships, to disciple new believers, etc.
• There is an ongoing need for people with the gift of serving, evangelism and empathy
• Administrative work
• Help with block parties to our friends in the neighborhoods – as a form of loving them for
Christ Jesus and building relationships

Thank you for reading my blog.
Please leave comments or questions
in the comment below.

Have a great day
Bonnie Squires

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Can love move as fast as technology?

July 8, 2011

Can love move as fast as technology?

I love Diana Adams. She’s a twitterati. She’s @adamsconsulting on Twitter. She writes for She seems to write about everything related to technology, social media, and the internet.

Recently, Diana wrote about PreVue.


PreVue is a product concept. It hasn’t been made yet, but maybe some day it will be in the future. It was desgined by Melody Shiue.

As a mom of 8, I don’t think Prevue is a good idea. It might seem like a good idea to new parents, but it opens up a whole can of worms.

The concept of Prevue is to get images of your baby just like you get from ultra sounds or sonograms. But in the comfort of your home. That’s a nice idea. But what if something goes wrong?


I imagine me watching my baby grow inside of me and all of a suden the baby stops moving. I’d freak out and be very upset.

Also, if you have other children and they are watching the baby grow too. How do you tell them if some thing goes wrong with the pregnancy? It wouldn’t be easy to explain that their baby brother or sister had died.

Martin Luther King, Jr.

These are the kinds of questions that technology and innovative technology can’t answer. It’s a problem that reminds me of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s warning about technology.

… in spite of these spectacular strides in science and technology, and still unlimited ones to come, something basic is missing. There is a sort of poverty of the spirit which stands in glaring contrast to our scientific and technological abundance. The richer we have become materially, the poorer we have become morally and spiritually. We have learned to fly the air like birds and swim the sea like fish, but we have not learned the simple art of living together as brother

What do you think? Can love move as fast as technology?

Is there technology out there that makes you question it?

Yours truly,

Bonnie Squires

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