Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Super Churchlady and Co.


My friend the Super Churchlady has a blog. She, her husband, a.k.a. "The Hammerin' Hebrew," and her two kids Jack & Mer are some of my favorite people in the world. They are really like family to Amber and I and I can't say more about that, lest I choken sie up...

However, a few things must be said...

The Hammerin' Hebrew is a lawyer who has kicked much legal butt in Houston and abroad. He is also Jewish, but acts like a Christian, or at least how a Christian should act. He also thinks theologically like a Christian (understands Romans) and goes to Sunday School like a Christian. However, he maintains that he has not made the leap no matter how hard we've tried to stick a trampoline in his path, or how much bacon we try to sneak into his gravy. Did I mention that he is the best golfer that I have ever seen in person?

Super Churchlady is an lawyer turned full-time mom/BSF leader/Sunday School teacher, and if you are ever in Sugarland Texas, you gotta drop by the college Sunday School class at WTBC and learn learn learn. She is one sharp cookie, and when you throw Lawyer-Super Churchlady into a New Testament jar with Lawyer-Hammerin' Hebrew and give it a shake, the result is a scriptural fireworks display of prophetic proportions. Hammerin' knows his Torah and Churchlady knows who the Torah is pointing to and how to bring it home. (HA! A little friendly trash talk there H.H.)

Anywho, Superchurchlady just wrote a blog on what its like watching her kids grow up.


Drop by and welcome her to the blogosphere!

4 comments:

Super Churchlady said...

Wow! S.C and H.H are speechless in response to your very kind words. (Thanks for the plug. Check's in the mail. ) You guys are like family to us as well. So - when are you coming home, son?

Big Red said...

Hey Seth thanks alot but you were lacking in details about how wonderful I am. You might want to edit that post, and elaborate on my awesomeness.

Mer said...
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Merbear said...

Well Seth, you know what I think...I think you should come home to SUGAR LAND, TEXAS!!!!

Ok, I totally stole that from Forrest Gump.