ResourcesForLife.com – News 201007 | 31 July 2010 | Saturday
I know that time is precious for everyone these days, so I’ll try to keep this update short. The approximate reading time for this message is about 5 minutes. Feel free to reduce your reading time even more by skipping over topics that don’t interest you.
Personal Update. My Personal Update for July is now available.
Heart Songs. The Heart Song selections for July are now available on iTunes. This month’s selections are an eclectic mix of genres that span the full spectrum of music and ideological expression. The songs are in alphabetical order by title. The song My Immortal by Evanescence is a passionate song that I only recently discovered on their album Fallen. Other songs of Hindi and Arabic influence are also included. The song Green Grass and High Tides by The Outlaws is a southern rock song that is almost 10 minutes long and includes some amazing guitar playing. Some African acoustic music is also included this month. Inspirational selections include Meet with Me by Ten Shekel Shirt and Mighty to Save performed by Hilsong. A music video of Mighty to Save performed by CityPrayz is also available (with my uncle on guitar). There are three different Spanish versions of Poema de Salvacion as well as the original (English) version performed by the authors of the song, Matt & Sherry McPherson. Why Should I Cry for You by Sting is a bonus track from his recent Shymphonicities album. If you have the time, and want the inspiration, there’s a list of several inspiring music videos on the Music Resources page.
What’s New. This month a variety of articles and content were added. Remember you can always find out the latest news by visiting the What’s New Page and the Documents Page. Here are a few highlights of recent documents (most recent at top):
- Special Video Message about the Small House Movement in response to over 30,000 visitors in just a few days to the website.
Thanks. I want to thank the global team of volunteers, contributors, and workers “behind the scenes” who help make all this possible. I’m very grateful to the many people who continue to uphold and advance the mission of Resources for Life. Thanks again for your support. Please let me know if there is any way that Resources for Life can serve you better.
Gregory Johnson, Director
Resources for Life.com
“Resources for Better Living”
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