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Couple of Prayers Needed

25 April 2016 - 08:10 PM

I have two possible major events I'm going through right now and need some prayers.

The first, my father-in-law may have prostate cancer.  He had 5 different biopsies recently and two of them have come back as possible cancerous. We have to wait until sometime in May for him to get more testing to know for sure, but his levels have been high for some time. Please pray that the tests are negative and if not we have caught it early enough.

The second, Tuesday I should find out if I get offered a new job. We would have to move away from a city my wife has lived in her whole life and me 34 of 36 years. It is with a new company.  Please pray that God's will be done and I'm intelligent enough to know what that is.

2 UGA Players Arrested on Weapon Charges

12 April 2016 - 08:32 AM

ATHENS


Two Georgia freshman early-enrollees were arrested overnight on two felony counts related to possession of a BB gun and property damage, according to Athens-Clarke County jail logs and a statement released by the program.

Defensive lineman Julian Rochester and cornerback Chad Clay were booked early Tuesday at 12:13 a.m. on two felony counts. As of this story’s publication, both were still incarcerated. Both are being charged with possessing a weapon in school zone and with criminal damage in the second degree.

"I'm disappointed with the poor judgment of Julian and Chad," head coach Kirby Smart said. "We expect full compliance with the policies of the University and of our football program from all our student-athletes. Information is still being gathered but they will be disciplined in an appropriate manner."

The weapon charge related to the BB gun was given a disposition of no bond. The criminal damage charge has a bond of $5,000 for each player.

Clay was booked at 12:13 a.m. and Rochester was booked at 12:29 am. Both were arrested by university police.

The two appear to be roommates, as both are listed with the same on-campus address.

Rochester is a player who has earned first-team reps this spring and came in expected to contribute to the program early. Clay has been among the young defensive backs pushing for time in the secondary's rotation.

Rochester's high school alma mater McEachern posted a statement in support of its former player.
On the football field, Georgia's taken some disciplinary hits to its defensive line already. Chauncey Rivers will serve a three-game suspension to start the year following a second marijuana-related arrest in December. Jonathan Ledbetter will serve a one-game suspension in the season-opener against North Carolina due to an alcohol-related arrest in March.

Read more here: http://www.macon.com...l#storylink=cpy


Gamecocks New Uniforms

11 April 2016 - 09:34 AM


Job Prayers

17 March 2016 - 09:17 PM

I have some big decisions to make professionally. I'm being courted by a rival company and need prayers.

It would mean moving my family which is tough since both my wife and I are from Columbia.

Please pray for guidance.

Why Should I Vote for Trump?

09 March 2016 - 07:57 AM

Trump supporters let me know why I should vote for Trump?  

What are his policies that line up to make this country great?

I would like a real conversation.  So far I ave not heard more than a couple of actual reason to vote for him.  I've heard and seen a few hundred not to vote for him.