Want To Be A Family That Stays Together?

Posted by on 3 August, 2009
This post was filed in Christian Living, Uncategorized and has 4 comments

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You might want to consider camping together.

Stu wanted to test that theory and spent the weekend “roughing it”  with his family in the RV pictured at the left.  

Stu’s guest today (at left in red shirt) is Steve Plemmons of Bill Plemmons RV World. Steve is also a Christian recording artist with two albums to his credit. “I Was The Reason Why” and “Always Be A Child”.

 

 

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4 Comments on “Want To Be A Family That Stays Together?”

  • 1.
    realworldgirl
    3 August, 2009, 5:37 pm

    Stu-
    I’d love to rough it like that and keep my family together but unfortunately I don’t have the $ to rent one, buy one or fill the gas tank…I live in a different world.

  • 2.
    ben@maulis.com
    3 August, 2009, 6:23 pm

    Apparently Stu’s been there too (the real world). See Darfur Parts 1 through 11.

  • 3.
    b baggins
    3 August, 2009, 9:36 pm

    If you have the time, a mock wilderness survival scenario would be beneficial to go out and live through…and possibly free or very cheap.

  • 4.
    Bernie
    3 August, 2009, 11:11 pm

    Here’s a mock wilderness survival scenario if I ever read one: “I had gone up to the mountain to receive the stone tablets, the tablets of the covenant that Yahweh was making with you. I stayed forty days and forty nights on the mountain, with nothing to eat or drink” – (Deut 9:9)

    Would anyone today believe anyone who claimed to go without water for forty days? Even someone well-conditioned and prepared to go without food and water would be seriously dehydrated after three days. The primitives that wrote the Bible had no idea that a person simply can’t live that long without water. I suppose a fundamentalist would invoke God’s magical powers and say God kept Moses alive somehow. But that explanation just won’t do because the Bible doesn’t say that’s what happened.