S: Thirty Good Years...
BC: To Joe on your 30th Birthday. With much love, Your family and friends
FC: reflections and letters of love | 2011 | Thirty Good Years
1: 1. You get to say, "I remember when I was in my 20's." 2. It's more exciting to say "I am 30" than I am "29"! 3. If there is only one way not to turn 30, and that's death, I say "Welcome 30!" 4. 10 years to prepare for turning 40. 5. All the life lessons you struggled to learn in your 20's you can practice in your 30's! | Why turning 30 ROCKS!!
2: Where it all began.... February 12, 1981 Joseph Daniel Sapko | A sweet baby boy, all smiles!!!
3: Siblings are the people we practice on, the people who teach us about fairness and cooperation and kindness and caring - quite often the hard way. ~Pamela Dugdale
4: Flying high in People's Forest
5: Joey and some of his favorite people having fun! | Grandchildren are the dots that connect the lines from generation to generation. ~Lois Wyse
7: Families are like fudge - mostly sweet with a few nuts. ~Author Unknown
8: Growing up in CT
9: Noni and Nono would be proud of the man you have grown up to be. | Growing up in such a beautiful place. Big backyards, forests to explore, lakes to swim, and lots of family to love!
10: So proud and so happy to have a new brother to care for and play with! | A New Baby Brother! | Joey and Leah have so much fun with baby Jonathan | 1985
12: School Days | Kindergarten | 1st Grade
13: 2nd Grade | 3rd Grade | growing in wisdom and stature | 1234567890
14: Dear Joey, As Brother and Sister we have had many defining moments together--good ones and lots of hard ones, but all working together for our good. I praise the Lord that you are my brother, and that he has brought us to where we are now---walking with Him, blessed with an imperfect but incredible family, looking toward our future hope together. What a blessing that is! And what a blessing to be able to look back on a childhood filled with warmth and wonder, forts and snowball fights, pledged floors and split chins, a parade of well-loved cats and dogs, millions of legos, adventures with our friends for hours on end in the wilds of Terryville, CT., all with the security that two loving parents and a gracious God bring. It was pretty great! I love the memories in these photos, and I love being your sister, and I really wanted you to know that. I'm so proud of the man you have become and your faithfulness to Lord, raising your beautiful family in the knowledge of Him. I may be your "big sister", but I'm the one who looks up to you. You're my "big brother"! Thank you for challenging me and for leading by example. Love you, Bro. Leah | After a girl is grown, her little brother-
15: now her protector, becomes a big brother. ~ -Astrid Alauda
16: Joey's 6th | Birthday | cousins...friends...grandparents...brother...sister...us
19: A few SPECIAL MEMORIES of the beach and a visit to a Connecticut orchard. | Michael, David, and Emily Klenz | Rocky Neck Beach
20: Time to Move to California... Go West Young Man, Go West! | Goodbyes are never easy and this time was no different...but the Lord called us to California and new adventures, hopes and dreams...and a very special girl was awaiting you and growing up not far from where we were to live! | Remember that van? All the way to CA! | ...and the Uhaul?...I think we took a cat in there!
21: A few SIGHT SEEING stops along the way to visit old friends and see the wonders of God's creation. | NEBRASKA | IOWA To visit the Trotters | UTAH | COLORADO RIVER VALLEY
22: Zion National Park The Grand Canyon | God's amazing creation
23: Calico Mining Ghost Town | Having Sarsaparilla in the Saloon!
24: Do you remember our first Christmas in Acton? We moved into our house in the middle of December! A tough time to move, but we had fun new surroundings and a new church. | MERRY CHRISTMAS | 1991
25: Happy Birthday Joey | Your's was the first birthday in our new house! | February 12
30: Dog Training, Competition and the Acton 4th Of July Parade | Joey and Pepper
31: 4-H | State Competition in Sacramento | CHAMPION of obedience!
33: Camping in the WILD!
34: Happy 18th Birthday Joe! | good times.. good friends.
35: A special visit from a special friend - Nicholas comes to California for the first time. | remember when...
36: Easter 1998 | Christmas 2000 | Christmas 2001 | And then...Leah went off to Boston as a Nanny...then there were two left in the nest! | We spent most of our holidays in California with Uncle Jim and Aunt Sue and the kids....such fun times those were!
37: Disney Land 2002 | One of the first things we did when we arrived in California was to visit Disney Land! But this was not the first time...those photos were not digital and they were horrible!
38: The Crown Valley Community Church Choir sings for the L.A. Women's Mission. | Easter 2001
39: The Sapko Family celebrating with the Berreth Family and Joe's new girl friend, Kim Santilli.
40: Boy meets girl, and so the story goes... Aug. 31, 01
41: My sweet Joey, As I recount our dating years, I cannot forget the most important event that has happened in my life...the Lord saving me, an undeserving sinner! We met at Sport Chalet, and I flirted endlessly! You didn't pay attention to me until one day you asked for my email! I enjoyed our few times together, and even had a feeling I would one day be your wife; little did I know the battle you were waging in your heart. The day you told me that you could not date me was...the BEST day of my life! It was at that moment that I knew that there was something more to this life that I was living. Your obedience sent me searching for God, and He found me, and saved me! He rewarded your faithfulness, with a redeemed ME! | 2001
42: Joey, You took me for my first trip to the East coast! We went for Corey and Steve's wedding. I met your whole family for the first time! What a blast...
43: We had so many fun memories from this trip! I had never seen so much rain in my life!!! We went to NYC and saw many sites! It was on this trip that I prayed we would be next to marry!!!
44: A fun family day...in the rain!
45: Family day in NYC!
46: The night you proposed! You made me work for that ring! I had no idea what waited for me at the end of the long hike! It was worth all the sweat and spiders!! What a wonderful surprise that was, September 10, 2003!
47: I dreamed of a wedding of elaborate elegance, a church filled with family and friends. I asked him what kind of wedding he dreamed of... He said one "that would make me his wife."
48: From our first dance and on to our many adventures, these past 10 years of knowing you have been life altering. Having reached the 30 year milestone, I want you to know that your life has impacted and changed me forever. Your example of faithfulness and trust in the Lord through the many circumstances we have faced has lead me into a deeper relationship with God. You are a true man of God and I know that when I am with you, I am right where I was always meant to be. Thank you for loving God and thank you for loving me. "My beloved is mine, and I am his." SOS 2:26 | My beloved is mine-
49: And I am his...
50: Just the two of us!
52: College Grads!!!
53: We began our married lives by both graduating from college! Joe with a BA in Business and Kim with a BS in Nursing!
54: The UK and Scotland 2007
55: The Adventures of Joe and Kim
56: And Two...
57: Will make Three!!!
58: Daddy, Mommy, Hailey, and Hudson | "Thank you Jesus for my daddy 'cause he is so nice..." Hailey Joy, 2011
59: Soon after graduating and taking trips...we began our next greatest adventure together...raising children!
60: "Behold, children are a heritage from the LORD, the fruit of the womb a reward. Like arrows in the hand of a warrior are the children of one’s youth. Blessed is the man who fills his quiver with them!" Psalm 127: 3-5 | Park day...zoo day...play day...
61: picture day...fun day...daddy day!!
63: Connecticut Trips
65: Spending time with family! Talking, hugging and smiling!
66: Joey was a very responsible Lord driven young man. He always took my advise and kept his life as successful as he possibly could. I looked at Joey as my son. When I gave him advise finacially, he always followed that advise. Joey did vey well understanding how to contiune to praise the Lord, but always maintane success and understood the importance of responsibilty. Joey was also was a very peace driven individual. Now that he is at age 30, he will learn that even more. Aunt Gail really misses seeing him as often as she used to. She loved just seeing Joey. Like when he was young with Corey, they were close, Aunt Gail always new he would be a great dad and an awesome husband. She really misses his very nice hugs, and Joey always said, 'Hi Aunt Gail'. He was a very loving kid... Well Joesepy, you are now 30 years OLD. That is a good thing. You will now even become more wiser. That is truly a blessing from the Lord. Have a wonderful and blessed 30th Birthday!! We love you Joesepy, now go hug Hailey and your beautiful wife, then go squeeze Hudson's head for me. Show Hudson Rome if you have a minute...He will like it. I promise. :) Love Uncle Jeff and Aunt Gail...
68: Joe, It has been great getting to know you over the past 7 years or so. We have had some great times with you and Kim. We have learned many things from knowing you through the years. The way you lead your life as a testimony to the Lord and as a great husband/father has been inspiring. God has blessed you with a beautiful family and I know He will continue to bless you and your family. God bless you friend.
69: Happy 30th Birthday Joe! Love, Steve, Corey, Ava, and Olivia | Crazy Cousins
71: Happy 30th Birthday to Joe, a sweet loving child and now a wonderful husband and Father. Love, Grandpa and Grandma
72: 1. Rock climbing at Roward Flats in Agua Dulce 2. The Big Bear Paintball trip where Joe was crowned the winner 3. Driving down to Riverside for a weekend and we always seemed to order Papa Johns for dinner from my cousin who worked there...we got a sweet deal! 4. Joe's Bachelor party where we went thru Hollywood to the Santa Monica pier and then to Sea World 5. Joe's wedding day where I had the honor of being the Best Man. | 6. Snowboarding...my favorite snowboarding memory involves some brand new snowboard pants that had a very untimely malfunction and the Mt High staff that wouldn't let Joe ride the lift back down the hill. (And I'm not at liberty to share any more details because that could be the end of our friendship) 7. Knott's Berry Farm...we went there right after Amanda and I met each other and it was a really fun triple date. 8. My Bachelor party in Kernville. The night we arrived we jumped into the Kern River and floated down in the freezing cold water and the next day we hit some Class IV + rapids. 9. My wedding day...Joe was my Best Man and did a great job with making sure everything ran smoothly and that I didn't have to worry about anything (and I never heard him complain about having to wear pink). | S | Some fun memories with Mr. Joseph Sapko...
74: Happy 30th Birthday Joe! It seems like just the other day when you moved here from CT and started going to CVCC. I remember AWANA and birthday parties as little boys, and then as we got older we started hanging out with friends from AWANA while in college. We stayed out way too late, rode in the trunks of each others cars and raced home on the freeway. Thankfully, the Lord was watching over us and we never hurt ourselves. Next was our bike riding phase where we bought downhill mountain bikes but rode them like cross country bikes...we must have been in pretty good shape to lug those 40 lb bikes up the hills behind Highland HS. Then there were the snowboarding trips, the visits to Riverside after you moved down there and so many other things in between. I'm thankful to the Lord for our friendship and all the times you insighted wisdom to me. Thanks for the blessing of your friendship, Bobby "But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts, and always be ready to give a defense to everyone who asks you a reason for the hope that is in you, with meekness and fear." --1 Peter 3:15
75: Happy 30th Birthday Joe!! Blessings, Bobby
76: Joe I just want to offer up some encouragement as you reach the big 30. People are saying that 30 is the new 20... No I mean it's like less than 40... No that's not it either... Well ever since I turned 30 ... Gosh am I really 30 already... ?? Why when I was your age... Wait how old are you again..??! Just a few thoughts to look forward to :) Happy birthday bro!! Love, Sean | Boys will be boys...
77: Happy 30th Birthday Joe! Love, Ben, Karen, and Mike
79: Joe, Nicholas, and Ben Buddies for LIFE!
80: Congratulations on turning the big 3-0!!! May this chapter in your life bring you happiness and blessings beyond expectation as you continue your journey in life. Even though we’ve been on this earth for 30 years now and have spent more than half of our lives on opposite sides of the country, I’m proud to say that I’ll always consider you one of my dearest friends, and I cherish all of the great memories we’ve had growing up. Looking at what a great person you’ve become it’s not hard to see why at 30 you are surrounded with such love and admiration from those around you. All I can say is keep up the good work Joe, and have a great Birthday!!! | Your Friend, Ben
81: Sorry it’s been so long since I wrote to you. Oh, wait this isn’t a letter from our childhood! LOL We may have always been a little spotty in our communication, but I have always valued our friendship greatly. I know the distance between us is measured in miles, but I will always feel you are my closest friend. The experiences, the emotions, and the memories we have shared over the years have helped shape my belief in real friendship. I hold up our friendship as a gold standard for other friends in my life. I find it a bit sobering that I can get so caught up in my daily life that I forget about my best friend living out in CA. I wish I could just fly out to hang out with you over the weekend at times. However, the beauty of our friendship is that time and distance has very little affect on its closeness. We will always be able to share our most intimate thoughts and feelings with one another. For this I am very thankful. So here we are, facing 30 years of age. No longer are we saving our quarters to go down to Franklin’s to buy caps. Now we are saving our hundreds for houses, medical bills, and other more weighty matters. We have spent the majority of our lives living far from each other. But even with the changes in day-to-day priorities the time apart, the things we value that make us so close will never change. I thank the Lord for you and all that you have and will continue to mean to me. May God bless you this birthday! And remember that somewhere there is still a little kid spying on the girls, collecting baseball cards, and maybe, just maybe, waving a gray mop in the air. Your Friend, Nicholas | Dear Joe...
82: Dear Joe, I still remember the day I first met you in Care Group. You were 25 at that time and newly married. I was very impressed how at such a young age you were already so spiritually mature. I remember having many conversations with you during that time and always being very encouraged after our talks. Besides being an encouragement to me you have been a great role model for my girls. We have talked many times in our family discussions how you broke off your relationship with Kim since we wasn't a believer, and how God rewarded your obedience with a redeemed Kim. My prayer then and now is that God would bring a young man like that into my girls lives. Over the past 5 years it has been such a blessing to see your desire to grow in your walk with the Lord Joe and to be the Godly husband, father, and ministry leader God has called you to be. I thank God that you are part of my Gospel Inheritance and that you are my friend. Love you brother, Happy 30th birthday Dave Schilling
83: Gospel Inheritance | Joe, We appreciate you a ton, my brother. One of my earliest conversations with you was when I called you years ago to tell you that you would be in our care group. I believe that Donna’s and my group was your second choice, and I asked you if you would be ok with only getting your second choice. You jokingly (I think) feigned a tormented moment of struggle, and then with a sigh you uttered, “That would be fine.” I am grateful, in God’s gracious providence, that you and Kim ended up in our group. You were a blessing to all of us, but I am particularly grateful for the blessing you were to Brendan. He so looked up to you, inasmuch as he saw in you what he wanted to become. Every conversation you had with him, every interest you took in him, had an impact that was greater than you realize. As parents, we are keenly mindful that our son is not merely a product of us, but he is a product of this church community – and you, Joe, have served as a vital part of that community. We can’t look at where our son is today without thinking of you, among others, and thank God for you. I think what I appreciate about you most is that you are pliable in the hand of God. I’ve seen you in the midst of heart-wrenching difficulties that would have caused a lesser man to throw in the towel. But rather than letting yourself be ruined, you allowed yourself to be molded and shaped by God into a better, wiser, and more humble man. I have always felt a freedom (because you’ve asked) to say hard things to you if need be, and you have always responded with a humble learner’s spirit. This is the essence of true wisdom, brother, and I see it in you. And when I see God working this hard at shaping a man, I know that He has a reason for doing so. I’m convinced that He intends to use you in some significant way to accomplish much that will reverberate for eternity. When that day comes, we will be glad to know that we got to play some small role in your life during your season of preparation. We very much have appreciated your leading us in worship, in the care group setting, and in church. It’s weird to think about it this way, but there have been multiple occasions when we have been in the presence of God worshiping Him, and it was you that was leading us there and directing us in what to say to Him while there. I can’t thank you enough for this. God has gifted you in this area; and we are thankful for the ways that God has enriched our worship of Him through your heartfelt and gospel-centered leadership of us. You are turning 30 years old. When I turned 30, and then 40, what I most wanted to know is that my life had made a difference – that this world was a better place because I was in it. I want you to know that you have made a difference. Our lives are better, and our world is better, because you are in it. And when I look into the future of Cornerstone, I am comforted at the thought that you will be a part of the team of men who will be there beside me helping us chart our course for the future, and then helping to make that happen. Happy birthday, Joe; and thank you for being such a delightful part of our gospel inheritance! Milton (& Donna)
84: "A man of many friends may come to ruin, but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother." Proverbs 18:24
85: Dear Joe, I just want to say how thankful I am to God for the blessing it’s been to know you and be your friend. I can honestly say, that you are a true and faithful friend. I’ve had a blast enjoying life with you and seeing our families grow up together. I am grateful for your godly example and your desire to live for Him. God’s grace is abundantly evident in your life. Your love for your family and for the church seems to grow stronger each year. God has blessed you in so many ways and enabled you with many gifts and talents. My prayer for you is that these next years of your life will prove fruitful and rewarding. I know the key to experiencing that will be to do all to the glory of God and continue to keep your heart focused on the gospel. As I thank God for our friendship Proverbs 18:24 comes to mind. “A man of many companions may come to ruin, but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother.” Thank for being more than a brother to me Joe. Happy 30th birthday. Carlos
86: Dear Joe, Happy Birthday bro, and in case you weren't aware I wanted to let you know that statistics show that it's all down hill after 30. On a serious note, however, I want to thank you for your friendship. You truly are a friend that has been closer than a brother (Prov 18:24) and a friend that loves at all times (Prov 17:17). I can't wait to see what the Lord does in your life over the next 30 years, and I feel privileged to know that he, through his providence, has allowed me to be a part of it. Happy Birthday again and by the Lord's grace I'm sure you can prove the statistics wrong. Your Brother in Christ, Chris Kidder
87: Joe, You have been a wonderful friend. I appreciate all of your personal and spiritual council that I have received from you. You have helped me through, so far, the most difficult time of my life. There are many who look up to you and consider you a blessing in their lives and you are this to me as well. I look forward to growing with you personally and spiritually in the future. Happy Birthday my friend, Rod
88: On this, your 30th Birthday, I’d like to take a moment to express my gratitude and appreciation for all you do for our church family. You have been a blessing to many of us in numerous ways. I’m grateful for the fact that when I need support or encouragement, you are there for me. The Lord recognizes our need to have brothers close to us, for counseling, building each other up, and providing a positive example of how to live out the Bible’s teachings. Thank you for being that brother to me! I look up to you in many ways. The Lord has brought you into my life so that I can witness a positive example of a great husband, a loving father, an excellent leader, and a thoughtful friend. I’m especially encouraged by how you respond to trials and your humble submission to the Lord’s will. I am very fortunate to have you as a mentor and brother in Christ. All the best on your 30th Birthday! Bob Nelson
89: Working hard!
90: The many faces... | Reflecting...laughing...sleeping...goofing
91: Of Joe- | Joe being Joe...
92: Joe, At the moment you were born Mom and I still didn't have a name picked out for you. We looked at you and looked at each other and almost simultaneously said, “He's a Joey!” That's how it started with you and you've always lived up to that name! There are so many memories of when you were just a little guy growing up...playing on the jungle gym at Rockwell Park with Mommy and Leah; hauling firewood for Grampa Sapko up his steep and dangerous cellar stairs; fishing at Nonno's lake and the trip to the emergency room for the fish hook stuck in your foot; canoeing, fishing, swimming, boating, and working on the buildings at Squam Lake; skating at Fall Mountain Lake where you broke your arm; playing and wrestling with you, Leah and Jonathan on the floor at night after I got home from work; reading stories about Adam Raccoon, Big Joe and his Steam Shovel, and stories from the children's bible; you and Nicholas helping with the house renovation on Beach Ave (and sleeping in the nice, cozy insulation). And as you got older... going on bike rides together with the family; taking you to the emergency room when you crashed on Johnny's bike; Webelo and Cub Scouts meetings and activities; Tee Ball and Little League; visiting friends from church together; reading stories at night about Great Americans like Ralph Bunche and Abraham Lincoln; teaching you trumpet and playing duets together; ice skating at the pond in the woods behind our house on Beach Ave; hiking and exploring in those same woods in the summer; getting beat by you on Mario Brothers; vacationing and working at Squam Lake; building the tree house together. And in California...traveling cross country and seeing some of the sights along the way; visiting Disneyland; going to a new church and meeting new friends; hiking up the mountain in back of our house on Shannon Valley Rd; walking along the dirt roads with the family and Pepper and Callie; 4-H competition at Mt Sac and in Sacramento; Awana on Wednesday nights and Awana games; your profession of faith in our Lord and Baptism; moving to the Mandrillo's, then to Foxholm; spraying texture and painting the house on Foxholm; you and Jonathan helping me at my job at the Master's College; having you work with me on side jobs; letting you go with the youth group to hike the Grand Canyon; hiking Mt. Whitney together with family and friends; your first jobs on your own, buying your first car, classes at AV College; singing in choir and performing a tenor solo for Easter; first Sears, then Sport Chalet, loss prevention, and meeting Kim; then Kim becoming a Christian, your courtship and then your marriage as believers in Christ. Now you're a grown man, serving the Lord, using the gifts He's given you, a Godly man who is maturing, growing in grace and wisdom, with a beautiful, Godly wife and two precious children. I'm so proud of you and so thankful that you've chosen to put your full faith and hope in Jesus, and that you've made Him the first priority in your life. There truly is nothing greater in this life than to be known by Christ as one of His children and to love and serve Him with all that you have and are. And that's what you and Kim have chosen to do, and the fruit of it is abundant and evident to all. I can't tell you adequately with words how happy and blessed I am and feel because of that! May our Lord continue to prosper and bless you and your wonderful family as you grow together in the grace and knowledge of Him. Happy Birthday, My Son. I love you, Dad 2 Peter 3:18 “...But grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. To Him be the glory, both now and to the day of eternity. Amen.”
93: Dear Joe, Dad did such a good job remembering a big part of our lives together - so many precious moments! To some degree our pictures tell another part of the story of our lives together too, but then there is so much more that we can't capture in either words or photos...they are hidden in the very precious essence of who we are - our memories - heart and soul. I know I have a few that are tucked away and come out every now an then to bring a few tears of reminiscent joy to my heart. One of those memories is, and I've told you a few times, was your willingness to come help me do a daily drudging task - grocery shopping. Such a small thing and yet it pleased me to no end that you wanted to come - for whatever reason a young boy might have ; ) I was just always glad to have your company. I'm sure you know that I've always hoped for one of you children to enjoy art in some way so I could share my own passion with it. Ever since you did a few drawings one year and then that catalog for someone who was starting a biking business, I knew you were very artistic. It was fun to go to the college classes at AV with you the few times we did. It has been such a blessing to see your creative expression come through the lens of your camera. I've always admired good photographers like Ansel Adams and Dorothea Lange and hope you follow your interest there as the Lord leads you. Well nothing is more important or precious to parents than knowing their children love and follow our Lord with all their heart and mind and soul and to see them raise THEIR children in the light of His Love makes my heart overflow with thankfulness and joy and praise for His faithfulness. You and Kim are truly a blessing and joy to us, Joe and our prayer for you is to continue in His love and to know Him still more. Happy 30th Birthday Joe! All my love, Mom "And we pray this in order that you may live a life worthy of the Lord and may please him in every way: bearing fruit in every good work, growing in the knowledge of God, being strengthened with all power according to his glorious might so that you may have great endurance and patience, and joyfully giving thanks to the Father, who has qualified you to share in the inheritance of the saints in the kingdom of light."Col 1:10-12
94: Bros | Dear Joe, One of the most fond memories I have of us doing something together is the first time you took me snow boarding. Who could forget laughing at my first time trying to exit the ski lift only to fall on my face? Haha, that was classic. And then of course the first attempt at pointing my board and going for it only to get the wind knocked out of me from the countless barrel roles. But you were there pick me up and take it slow. I’m pretty sure you paid for my rental that day too. Thanks for that by the way! Do you remember your 18th birthday party where we were just chillin’ on the couch and then all your friends busted in through the sliding door? That was a fun party watching two 007 movies, playing Golden Eye on my N64, and the topper was toilet papering two houses in one night! I’m pretty sure all of us passed out in the living room from candy and pizza overload. Good times. There are so many blessings I could list but I wouldn’t have room enough to fit it all on this page. Thank you being the loving brother you are, an excellent father, and a faithful follower of our Lord Jesus Christ. I hope one day we can lead worship together; that would be a huge encouragement and blessing to me! I love you bro!!! Your blood brother and brother in Lord, Jonathan
95: Dear Joe, It's so hard to believe you are already 30! Seems like just yesterday we were celebrating your 3rd birthday at Gram's and Gramp's house. You were always such a talkitive little boy, and cared a great deal about how you looked...I guess some things never change. I didn't see you much through your teenage years, but I did hear how you were growing into a fine young man. Now that you are a husband and a father, your caring and gentle personality is really shining through. You are doing such a great job and I am so proud of you. But most important is how your love for the Lord has grown and continues to grow. You have been and continue to be an inspiration to me. Hope your 30th birthday is filled with blessing and joy beyond belief! Love, Aunt Kim, Uncle Rick and Matthew
96: As a father has compassion on his children, so the LORD has compassion on those who fear him; Psalm 103:13
97: Enjoying God's Blessings! | Together...
98: It began with two....
99: And so the story continues...