Blog of Teh Voges


Connecting Point.
March 28, 2008, 11:41 am
Filed under: Life

Connecting Point

For those who don’t know yet, I’m moving to Phoenix AZ in two months. I’ve spent hours talking and praying about whether it is where I need to be. Often it comes off as a rash decision, but to know me…you have to realize I don’t make rash decisions. I am extremely slow at making decisions. I must ask is this decision wise based on my past experiences, current circumstances, and future hopes and dreams. More and more daily I feely God is answering these three categories more and more in many ways than one. Two days ago I began to really pray and focus on where God wants me in AZ. How am I to be real and connect to myself, others and God if I have no direction? I began looking for churches with little success. I mentioned to Michelle what I was doing and she brought up a church she sees everyday on her way to work and will be 2 blocks from where I may live. I looked it up, found it and was amazed. Their mission statement is, “Connecting with God, Connecting with People, Connecting with You.” Sound familiar? Also their main goal is connecting people together through smallgroups. I was speechless at what I found. To even find people who seek God the same way I do was amazing, but to have God direct us to this place is even more awesome. Michelle and I are going to go check this place out not this Sunday…but next. Ill keep everyone updated and I appreciate all the prayers on my behalf. Click the picture to check out the site.

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Being Real.
March 27, 2008, 11:25 am
Filed under: Sandals

Vodpod videos no longer available. from www.sandalsgroups.com

A shout out to my man Brady.



Teh Engagement.
March 26, 2008, 11:07 am
Filed under: Life

Engagement 1

Engagement 2

Engagement 3

Engagement 4

For those who don’t know yet…I’m Engaged! Here are a few pictures of that night. I took Michelle to Victoria Gardens and we went on a Cinderella Carriage ride. When we got on I handed her a story I wrote about our lives. I was the prince in the story and Michelle was the Princess. At the end of the story the prince asked the princess to marry him and I pulled out the ring. Hehehe…work perfectly.



Is it really Solving Problems?
March 24, 2008, 10:20 am
Filed under: School

Governor

This week CSUF has to debate about its new budget. Is cutting school really the solution or going to add to problem? With a recession on the rise, what will matter is what we invest in the most. Why not invest in something that will benefit the economy and future of lives. Education.

Campus Meets March 25 to Preserve CSU Budget, Moment in Time in 50th Anniversary Snapshot
March 18, 2008
Related: Budget Meeting Information »
Students, staff, faculty members and administrators will meet Tuesday, March 25, to define their roles as advocates and mobilize the campus community to preserve funding for the CSU, in the face of the state’s mounting budget crisis.

”We invite you to join us in our commitment to preserve access to affordable, high-quality education at Cal State Fullerton and throughout the California State University,” reads the campus memo signed by President Milton A. Gordon; Peter Dupree, chief steward of the CSUF University Police Association; Diana Guerin, chair of the Academic Senate; Janette Hyder, chief steward of the CSUF chapter of Academic Professionals of California; Jay Jimenez, president/chief steward of the CSUF chapter of CSUEU; Mougo Nyaggah, chapter president of the California Faculty Association; and Heather Williams, president of the Associated Students Inc.

CSU Trustee Debra S. Farar is among those scheduled to speak to attendees, along with representatives of the various groups hosting the session.

Gov. Arnold Schwarznegger has proposed cutting more than $386 million from the CSU, as a means to help reduce a $16 billion statewide deficit, despite data indicating that for every $1 the state invests in the CSU, California reaps a $4.41 return.

The 11 a.m. meeting in the Titan Student Union’s Portola Pavilion will offer all segments of the campus community the chance to collaborate in sending a “strong message to the governor and Legislature.”

Attendees can then join a noontime rally at Becker Amphitheater, culminating in a 50th anniversary snapshot of the campus community. Participants are being asked to come together to show their support for preserving the future for today’s and tomorrow’s students.



Blog 5
March 21, 2008, 8:17 pm
Filed under: Video Blog

Begining once again!