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  • Johnny Parker “Blueprints for Marriage” Part 2

    March 30, 2007 by  
    Filed under Breakaway

    http://www.johnnyparker.com/images/Couple_yellow.jpgJohnny Parker joins Gerry Fuller to discuss his book “Blueprints for Marriage.” Success is based on relationships. Success is the right relationship, at the right time, with the right entity. Understanding relationships, molding relationships, and mastering relationships. Johnny Parker provides you with the tools and the motivation to conquer your relationship goals and reach your dreams. He uses the metaphor of a house and takes married couples on a tour through various rooms that are critical to enter in order to cultivate a meaningful relationship. He also explains the importance of laying a God-honoring foundation.

    Johnny Parker “Blueprints for Marriage” Part 1

    March 30, 2007 by  
    Filed under Breakaway

    http://www.johnnyparker.com/images/Couple_yellow.jpgJohnny Parker joins Gerry Fuller to discuss his book “Blueprints for Marriage.” Success is based on relationships. Success is the right relationship, at the right time, with the right entity. Understanding relationships, molding relationships, and mastering relationships. Johnny Parker provides you with the tools and the motivation to conquer your relationship goals and reach your dreams. He uses the metaphor of a house and takes married couples on a tour through various rooms that are critical to enter in order to cultivate a meaningful relationship. He also explains the importance of laying a God-honoring foundation.

    Saleem Farag Postscript

    March 23, 2007 by  
    Filed under Breakaway

    Dr. Gerry Fuller reads a letter from Saleem Farag. Farag, a former representative from Zimbabwe to the UN, now runs an orphanage there. There are currently 600,000 orphans in Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwe Orphanage Project focuses on helping these children in need.

    Saleem Farag Part 2

    March 23, 2007 by  
    Filed under Breakaway

    Dr. Saleem Farag joins Dr. Gerry Fuller. Farag, a former representative from Zimbabwe to the UN, now runs an orphanage there. There are currently 600,000 orphans in Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwe Orphanage Project focuses on helping these children in need.

    Saleem Farag Part 1

    March 23, 2007 by  
    Filed under Breakaway

    Dr. Saleem Farag joins Dr. Gerry Fuller. Farag, a former representative from Zimbabwe to the UN, now runs an orphanage there. There are currently 600,000 orphans in Zimbabwe. The Zimbabwe Orphanage Project focuses on helping these children in need.

    Paul Damazo – How to Become a Millionaire Part 2

    March 21, 2007 by  
    Filed under Breakaway

    Part 2 of Gerry Fuller’s interview with Paul Damazo.

    Overprotective Parent

    March 16, 2007 by  
    Filed under Rob Conway

    Is it possible to be an overprotective parent? It seems there is some arbitrary line from being a normally protective parent to being overprotective. I don’t know if I crossed that the other day when I took my 14 month old to the ER.

    I was getting his bottle out of the fridge when I closed the door and noticed him screaming. Usually that means he just really wants his bottle really bad. Then I realized, to my horror, I had closed the door on his left thumb. And it was in the hinge part, not the soft rubbery part of the door. Immediately I opened it up and picked him up into my arms and held him while he whailed.

    The first logical thing to do was to call my wife (she’s much better in these situations). I burst, “I think I broke Benjamin’s thumb!” There was silence. Usually that means I’m in trouble. This time, though, she spoke softly, ‘Well, you’d better take him to the ER and get it checked out.’

    “The ER?!” I didn’t like the idea of sitting for hours with a screaming baby waiting to get an X-ray. But I quickly got him together and Aimee met me at the hospital.

    We didn’t even have to check in when we walked in. A doctor happened to be available and looked at it right away. By this time, Benjamin was cooing and in a good mood (he likes car rides).

    “Doesn’t look like there’s anything wrong with it,” the doctor said almost immediately. “Baby’s fingers are so small and mostly tissue, it’s really difficult to break, so I doubt there’s any damage,” he continued. I felt a little sheepish, as Ben was now playing with the doctor’s stethoscope.

    “Are you sure?” I inquired. I just had to be sure the trip wasn’t for naught.

    But in the end, I felt like an overprotective parent. Fortunately, my wife who is so understanding told me she was glad that I overreacted than find out later that something worse had happened.

    What will I do when something really bad does happen?

    Please help me feel better by sharing your “overprotective parent” stories. Just click the comments button below.

    Exponentially Multiplying Bunnies

    March 14, 2007 by  
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    Ah, spring is in the air once again. The birds are beginning to sing, there’s light when you drive home, and the bunny population in Frederick is once again becoming uncontrollable. Before moving to lovely Frederick county, I saw bunnies maybe once every five years. Apparently in Frederick the bunnies are more plentiful. So much so, that I am convinced they can multiply exponentially. Yesterday morning I saw one little bunny rabbit outside in the backyard. Today when I looked out, there were five! FIVE! I know they move fast but goodness, FIVE? Maybe it’s time to start letting the cats out again. Just kidding!


    What my backyard will probably look like around Easter.

    Steve Wohlberg “From Hollywood to Heaven” Part 2

    March 3, 2007 by  
    Filed under Breakaway

    Steve Wohlberg joins Gerry Fuller this weekend. “From Hollywood to Heaven” contains the life story of Steve Wohlberg and includes details never before shared publicly. Gripping, heart-warming, and inspiring, this book gives hope to us all! As you read this fascinating story, it will become obvious that a sequence of amazing events was not random coincindence, but a rescue mission initiated by heavenly love – a love that is reaching out to you and your family even now… at this very moment.

    Steve Wohlberg “From Hollywood to Heaven” Part 1

    March 3, 2007 by  
    Filed under Breakaway

    Steve Wohlberg joins Gerry Fuller this weekend. “From Hollywood to Heaven” contains the life story of Steve Wohlberg and includes details never before shared publicly. Gripping, heart-warming, and inspiring, this book gives hope to us all! As you read this fascinating story, it will become obvious that a sequence of amazing events was not random coincindence, but a rescue mission initiated by heavenly love – a love that is reaching out to you and your family even now… at this very moment.