In this episode, Tony’s special guests are Craig & Jen Ferguson.
Although they were Christians, Jen intuitively knew there was something wrong with their marriage. There was a distance between her and her husband she couldn’t explain—until she discovered Craig’s hidden secret: he was addicted to pornography.
Through their compelling story, Craig and Jen share the profound difficulty Craig’s addiction provoked in their hearts, lives, and marriage. The shame, anger, and hopelessness they struggled with threatened to destroy their marriage until they discovered how drawing close to Christ could lead them out of the pit of sinful habits, unhealthy responses, and personal despair toward true recovery.
The Ferguson’s mission today is to help other couples in their journey toward freedom and intimacy at The Knot Project.
Orando por mi México y por todas las familias!
Si no conoces nuestro padre Dios y a su hijo Cristo Jesus, en esta noche quiero invitaré a tener la relación más hermosa que puedas imaginarte.
Todo lo que está pasando en el mundo es horrible pero lo hermoso es que es sólo temporal y con Jesus cómo El Salvador de nuestras vidas tenemos algo eterno. Está noche quiero invitarte a que Lo conozcas personal mente! •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••Praying for my Mexico & for all the families!
If you do not know our Father God & His son Christ Jesus, tonight I want to invite you to have the most beautiful relationship you can ever imagine.
Everything that is happening in the world is horrible but the beautiful thing is that it is only temporary & with Jesus as the Savior of our lives we have something eternal. Tonight I want to invite you to meet Jesus personally!
I haven't sharpened my Stanley No. 140 because I don't have the Lie Nielsen sharpening jig with skewed jaws, and didn't really want to mess it up by free-handing it. So tonight I'm trying to finish my second @jimtolpin style saw bench, so I can plane the big timbers that are the top of my bench, and in doing so found that I needed some kind of rabbet plane to clean up my crappy saw lines. I decided to give free-handing a shot, and am pretty happy with the results. The bevel is probably not as mathematically flat as it would be with a jig, but it shaves hair and this pine pretty well. 400-600-1200 diamond plate to sharpen then 14-0.5 micron diamond paste to polish. #handtool#handtools#vintage#vintagetools#restoration#woodworking#handplane#stanley#stanleytools#stanleytoolheritage#unpluggedwoodworking
This has been my most challenging interior detail so far. I have 4 hours in and I'm still not done. I'm going to upload a before and after walk around video tomorrow when it's complete but for now here's a preview.
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Thanks to all of the amazing contributors that helped make our Hoop House Hoedown an outstanding success! We were so busy having fun that we didn't take any photos, but our friends at @empressfarms captured this great scene of the Mattole Mudstompers doing what they do best. What was your favorite part of the event? #Mattole#restoration#fundraiser
Thanks to @larocca.don for the heads up. @metmuseum .
This photograph and 2015.492 were taken for Dr. Bashford Dean (first curator of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Department of Arms and Armor) in response to his request for evidence of any living craftsmen in India who were still making mail armor in the traditional way. A survey of British Residents across India was undertaken on Dean's behalf by Major R. B. Seymour Sewell, Director of the Zoological Survey of India, Indian Museum, Calcutta. The result was that only a single artisan was found, identified as Suraj Uddin in correspondence between Sewell and Dean. Sewell received these photographs from the Resident at Jaipur and mailed them to Dean from Calcutta with a letter dated November 23, 1926. Although sought by Dean for research purposes only, these photographs can be recognized now for their rarity and importance on several counts: they are remarkably well documented Indian examples of the petit métier genre of recording local craft traditions, which began in Europe in the late Middle Ages through the medium of prints and continued via photography into the 1950s; it is extremely unusual, possibly unique, that the name of the craftsman is recorded; as studio photographs made in Jaipur in the 1920s, these photographs may be attributable to Gobindram and Oodeyram, the leading photographers in Jaipur from the 1880s and still active as late as the 1970s; as Dean originally intended, the photographs are invaluable for the tools, materials and the activity that they document.
Wearing a turban and white jacket, the craftsman Suraj Uddin sits on the floor in front of a low cloth covered table on which his tools, materials, and a large piece of mail armor are carefully laid out. He holds tools in both hands and is seen in the process of repairing an area of the mail. Behind him to the viewers left there are a wooden box and more mail and tools, and to the right a box or chest covered by another mail garment. All this is arranged in front of a painted studio backdrop
You can't quite see it in this pic but there were actually 2 different wallpapers on the right wall. The mother and daughter had a disagreement about which to use, so they compromised and used both. Love hearing all the little stories about the properties we purchase. #WoodridgeRenovation
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In preparation for the upcoming @nycvetsparade we finally replaced the worn out manifold gaskets on our 1945 Willys MB "Lil' Buddy." We are almost ready to roll through NYC in what will be the best parade we have been a part of to date!! #wwii#jeep#ford#willys#restoration#veterans#nyc
🙌🏾 Doesn't it feel this way sometimes?? Like Lawd, what is going on? But learning to shift my perspective has really been helping me.
Don't get me wrong, I'm still human and mess up daily. I have my moments I complain and ugly cry. And then God is like, let me send someone to snatch her edges.
When I think "bigger picture", God will get ALL the glory from this story, and this story isn't over yet! Same for you Queen. Our plan and His plan are not the same as we often find out! And He only gives us snap shots of His plan.
Closed doors means not the God ordained opportunity for you. We want what God has for us! What He has is so much better than what we could ever imagine for ourselves. Start paying attention to the Holy Spirit when He communicates to you.
He doesn't communicate with each of us in the same way, so start spending more time in the word and in prayer (yes, I need to do better myself!) with Him. He is speaking but we're too busy or distracted to hear what He's saying. #rebelagainst#lifecoach#rebelqueenreloaded#vision#plan
55 Mack progress. The body has been removed from the chassis (mounted on a early 90s ford F-Superduty frame with newer superduty axles. Heavy rustwork and bodywork has been done. This truck used to be a city cement mixer (like photo I have posted but not exact truck) so there has been years of abuse and plenty of old bullet holes found. Bodywork has been poly primed & ready for blocking & repriming. We will be next Upol rator-lining underside & firewall to reduce heat & noise. Frame is off to get sandblasted for chassis paint!