free pie revisited

Ok so this is only my opinion…but I think the free pie give-a-way went pretty well yesterday.  I really appreciated the good sportsmanship of those who were randomly chosen to participate [blindfolded, chained to piano, backpacked, bowlingball burdened] in front of large crowds of people. Seriously, what better way to illustrate grace than French Silk? Of course coconut cream is my favorite – but I’ve found the coconut to be a very polarizing seed.

2 Responses to “free pie revisited”

  1. 1 Larry Eisner
    June 3, 2008 at 7:30 pm

    Hey man, unrelated, but the youth is doing a video with our series called “God wrote a Book!” and it’s about the importance of being in the word, validity of the scriptures, etc…

    Anyway, the video is still being edited, but it’s looking hilarious thus far. My mom said that at the business meeting you mentioned how you wanted to see Parkview become more mature in the spirit and thusly eat more meat as opposed to being fed mother’s milk like the scripture in Hebrews… Anyway, that’s exactly what the video is about and I’ll forward you a copy when I’m done with it.

  2. 2 Ray
    June 3, 2008 at 10:21 pm

    Pie & meat? Looks like we’ve got a food theme going. I look forward to seeing the video.

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