Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Mary Margaret tells the story of David and Goliath


dee said...

Wow - what a gift from God she has! She is more than precious. You will be so glad you have her stories recorded. Happy Thanksgiving!

Yvonne Parks said...

Hi there

A friend of mine posted your daughter's "Jonah" clip on facebook, and now it's gone viral...everyone sharing it!

I googled the video, and found this blog. I just wanted to take a minute to encourage you (as her Mom!)She's really sweet...and yes, dramatic...but I also really see the Lord in her! As I watched...I just heard the Lord whisper that He is indeed raising up women...more Kathryn Kuhlmans in this next generation. (don't know why that name came to me in particular) Women who can declare truth with matter their age.

I can't wait to see what He has for Mary Margaret as a teen!

Bless you, as you "Mommy" your adorable kids.

Another Mommy,

Paul Pravin said...

lindsey. God bless u. U have a wonderfully delightful lil girl and to be honest, i drew inspiration from her story of jonah as if God wanted her to tell me to come back to Him. This is definitely somethin that God has gifted her wit and i pray and hope she continues serving the Lord in powerful ways.
love Paul, India.

Gayle Perez said...

I had discovered your blog a couple of years ago, somehow, I really don't know how. I guess I was just looking at what others are reading. I love Mary Margaret's stories! Thank you for sharing.

I am commenting because...I came to work this morning and my boss was telling me what he would like to play for worship. He descibed an amazing little girl and I need to watch the video. I said wait a it Mary Margaret? He said "Who?". I told him I have been reading a blog for the past couple of years and there is a little girl who told an awesome story of Jonah. So he pulls the video up and it's Mary Margaret. What a small world.

I work for a ministry in California called The Quiet Hour, Inc./Quiet Hour Ministries. Mary Margaret is the talk of our building now. We have worship time every morning and he would like to show her Jonah video for worship. Would this be alright with you?

I wish you and your family all the best in life.


neuropoet3 said...

Just had to say how much we enjoyed watching Mary Margaret share the story of David and Goliath... that was our Jesse Tree story last night! :)

Blessed Advent and Nativity Season!
~Nonna :)

chris said...

A friend posted your daughter on facebook. Our family in Arkansas is thoroughly enjoying her! May God Bless your family as you teach your children the fear and admonition of the LORD.
Merry Christmas!

Sandra said...

This is so cute! I think you have a future pastor there, or maybe a modern day Shirley Temple. Don't be surprised when movie producers start calling, if they haven't already. I'm so curious, as a pastor and a past theater major, how does she do this? Is she reading off a monitor? Is she copying somebody's acting or coming up with all the dramatizations herself? I love the part when she say's "David became strong.... and BRAVE."

Lizzy said...

She is too sweet. I love all the videos! Does she memorize all this or are there prompts? I want to attempt to tell one of her stories at camp, but I'm wondering HOW SHE DOES IT!!! :) Thanks for sharing!