Wednesday, June 01, 2005

Hero or Superstar

The difference between a hero
and a superstar is that a hero

doesn't need a crowd,
he only needs a cry for help.

Author Unknown

2 comments:

David Warren Fisher said...

Susan:

Thanks so much for your note concerning my post about Pastor Chuck. What a blessing it must be for you to watch God at work in this man's life. My contacts with Chuck have not been frequent enough. He has been so refreshing when we have been together at Baseball Chapel meetings over the years. Lord willing, I'm going to Anaheim in August when the Blue Jays are playing the Angels. If the Lord allows Chuck to remain here until then, I will sit at his feet and learn some deep lessons from him. Thanks for the links to the church. I'm going to use some material from your blog on my site. I'm sure you don't mind. I'll give credit where credit is due. Thanks again for writing, Susan. I'll add a link to your blog on my site.

In His love,

David

susanwalkergirl said...

David...thank you so much for your lovely words...appreciate them. After exploring your blog...and reading your words...I can see you are a man that God has his hands on and is using greatly.

Your Team...the Toronto Blue Jays is most fortunate to have you as their Chaplin.

I would encourage and welcome you and your family to attend Kindred Community Church when you are in Southern California. Kindred feels like a little slice heaven...so filled with love.

Love your blog...I will be visiting it often and linking it to my own. Thanks again...Lord's blessings to you David.

Susan

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