Monthly Archives: December 2013

7 posts

Footprints

Today I posted a reflection on our last full day of fun with Mack. You can find it on Targuman.org. We continue to be so thankful for the love and support that everyone has given us all year long and especially in these last days leading to this solemn anniversary. […]

As Sentinels Wait for the Dawn

When I was 8 months pregnant with Mack during Advent 2003 I read the Luke passages with renewed appreciation. Mary went to visit her cousin, Elizabeth, who was pregnant with John. After Mack was born I read these passages to the kids and we always got a good chuckle out […]

Gallery: Mack’s Teepee

Now that some colorful lights have been added for the holiday season I thought it might be nice to post a gallery of all the pictures of Mack’s Teepee at Park Forest Elementary. Thank you all for creating this wonderful, fun memorial.

Coach Warming Reflects on the Year

Chris asked me if I could send a quote for the website about what the Mack Brady Fund has meant this year to the program. I don’t believe I can distill in a single quote all that the endowment has meant to our current team and coaches. It has meant […]

Advent

Luke 1:13 But the angel said to him, “Do not be afraid, Zechariah, for your prayer has been heard. Your wife Elizabeth will bear you a son, and you will name him John.  14 You will have joy and gladness, and many will rejoice at his birth,  15 for he […]

Auction – 4 Tickets for Disney On Ice!

We have a generous donation of 4 tickets for Disney On Ice to auction off! It will be at the Wells Fargo Center, December 25, 2013-January 5, 2014. Value of tickets: $120 All proceeds go to the Mack Brady Memorial Soccer Fund! (Winner will receive details via email and should […]

Prayers ascending

We had a wonderful time with Elizabeth’s family over Thanksgiving. We were at Isle of Palm, South Carolina and while the temperature was about 15 degrees cooler than expected the sun shone brightly. Two months ago I attended the funeral of a wonderful woman who had lived a full life […]