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August 05, 2008



Congratulations on the baby! Awesomeness, is what that is.


Hey!! I'm glad everything's goin well on the road! I was hopin to catch ya somewhere in South Florida but I guess I'll just have to wait for september and March :-) I hope yall continue to have funand impact others for Christ! Don't let the pressures of everything keep you from growing in Christ!! Hope to catch you on Gomertopia sometime soon!!! -Lauren


Read this in my devotional today and it's so beautiful I had to share it :)

"Glory be to God who by his mighty power at work within us is able to do far more than we could ever dare to ask or even dream of." - Eph 3:20


Hey Mark I see you've been quite busy, so I'll fogive the lack of SRC posts. Life gets in the way doesn't it?

Twitter most definitely rules, but I still think you have too much time on your hands to be posting updates often as you do. If you'd like to add me on Twitter, however, my name is GennaGirl.

You have a beautiful family but I'm sure you already know this. :D

Scott Hoel

Mark - [Twitter rules!] I'm a friend of Jvo's - was part of the band at Westwinds with him before two preemies and "life" came along. (Congrats on your new one, btw!)
Been following you on Twitter all summer, and really have enjoyed your twits! (particularly while in LA, earthquake, Leno, et al - I used to live there.) Wanted to reach out to you before your gig in Michigan this weekend - Saturday, Aug 8. I'll be at the show & would love to meet up with you if possible. Maybe bring back a can of Crunk for Johnny!
If you care to follow me, I am "Schlomoson" on Twitter.
blessings to you

btw, Weather will be mid-70's - day of show & right on Lake Michigan!


i love montana.

Jay Sellers

Welcome to the world, Katherine Marlow!

Dan Gross

Wow, still running on the Kingdom Bound/Revelation high and have been clicking around the 3D site, and found this via your Twitter. I thought I had read something somewhere about a new 3D baby, congrats! Though I'm sure it's not so great to be away now, sounds like Katherine wanted to get out before Street Week kicked into full gear! Our prayers of joy go out for you!


You can mass delete the requests, but honestly, it only takes 20 minutes top go through a hundred and fifty of them, and 35 inbox messages in't that bad. check it while you're on a plane o something.


Doxidan, huh?

Thanks Mark, I needed that smile this morning. Catching up and realized that I missed you guys at Kingdom Bound - they didn't do a very good advertising job around these parts because I found out about it through the Third Day site the day you guys were here...too late to get tickets and arrange time for it. Darien Lake's just over an hour from here so we might could have made it with some planning.

On the bright side (?) I got an email this morning saying my "pre-ordered" copy of Revelations is being shipped...so back to stalking the mail man!

Oh - and Kelly, I finished the Shack yesterday. Couldn't put the thing down...and yes, it was AWESOME. I'm going to see if I can't pick up a few more copies today as early Christmas gifts to some family and friends who I think might really be able to heal from it.

Emily aka EmmoGomer

Twitter is so fab..................takes me all day to catch up on the pages everyone has Twittered while I was asleep though!

BTW - I am not on your Tumblers list WHY?? ;o) lol http://emmos-place.tumblr.com

Have a good one - be safe.

Dawnifer Gomer

In reference to #6: Yes. I am still waiting for my prize. Just teasing. I think #3, #4 and #9 have been keeping you PLENTY busy. But hey here's a deal! Answer my trivia question here:


(since you are a baseball fan) and win the prize and then you can send it back to me as my prize!


Did you mention you had a baby? Did you even mention you were expecting one. Wow, that was quick. LOL Either that, or I missed something, which isn't at all unlikely.

At any rate, CONGRATULATIONS!! to you both. :)

I'm on Twitter, and haven't even attempted to figure it out, but it sure is amazing how many people are "following" me doing nothing. Now I have to figure out the Skribit thing.

I'm trying to get through books, but I need to stay in one place long enough. I am on my third or fourth, about halfway through. I hope to finish it this week. I don't think I'm winning any prizes, though. LOL

I have a friend in Montana. There was talk of her going to see you. I have to wait until Sept. and commute.

Anyway, going to look at baby pics now. I love baby pics. :)
Congrats again, and God's blessings,


Could you guys try working in other gestures in your photos besides the "thumbs up?" That's all you ever do.


Awwww how sweet! Here's a little "care package" in return :)

1. Definitely sounds better than the Mighty Fighting Unicorns! *hangs head in shame*
2. It HAS seemed like forever since you've posted here! Good to see you back!
3. Congrats on the baby, the album rocks, hope the OMDOG tour's going well, and isn't it funny how when we have all the free time in the world, we have nothing to talk about, but when we've got tons of blogworthy stuff going on, we don't have time to talk about it?
4. Again, congrats on the baby! I've been checking Steph's blog and never saw the pics...have to hunt those down!
5. I haven't read anything in a while and in fact, I've sorta been on a two week SRC hiatus! I need to get back!
6. I got a new book yesterday...pretty popular around the SRC - The Shack. Love it so far!
7. Will do.
8. Facebook is SOOOO annoying these days, but we did get an AWESOME new Gomer Gift app! :)
9. Twitter does rule! The fail whale does not! And you still need to follow a few of us Gomers that you've left behind! :p


Welcome back! I've missed you...wait...I get all your tweets...had to buy a new text message plan just to afford it so no I haven't missed you at all! ;)

Congrats to you and Stephanie and Abbie! What a beautiful baby!!!

Still reading...will post soon.

Have a great time in Montana!


Have a great show in Missoula. Just checking the tour schedule, that looks like about the closest you're going to get to the Pacific Northwest for a while! I was hoping to catch you guys in Portland or Spokane or somewhere like that soon...Oh well, I'll keep checking the band's site for updates.


We watched 'picnic at hanging rock' at school. It's one of Peter Weir's first movies and does an excellent job of translating the eerieness of the book. It leaves you quite unsettled.
My old youth pastors went to Hanging Rock for their honeymoon...

Angie M

Mark-We have a Katherine Ann and she is 17! Enjoy her as much as you can!! I just became part of this Twitter stuff today.

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