Shades of Gray 16 December E! Share this Rating Title: Gray Matters 5. Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Learn more More Like This. It's in the Water Kissing Jessica Stein A woman searching for the perfect man instead discovers the perfect woman. I Can't Think Straight A Marine Story Dreya Weber, Paris P. Pickard, Anthony Michael Jones.
The Four-Faced Liar When Night Is Falling Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Gray Baldwin Bridget Moynahan Charlie Kelsey Tom Cavanagh Sam Baldwin Molly Shannon Julia Barlett Bill Mondy Jordan Phillips Don Ackerman Conrad Spring Warren Christie Trevor Brown Alan Cumming Edit Storyline Gray and Sam are brother and sister and best friends, flatmates in New York City, where she creates ad campaigns and he's a surgery intern.
A romantic comedy about a brother, a sister and the girl of their dreams. Edit Details Official Sites: Official site and blog. Edit Did You Know? Goofs When Gray gets out of Gordy's cab to have dinner at Raoul's, she does so at the intersection of Seventh Avenue and something; regardless of where that something is, it's not the SoHo intersection of Prince and Sullivan Streets. He knew we were there in the wait and trying to lean in and listen. So, for the past few months, as I have seen Elijah references pop up, my ears have perked up. As he started in on it this morning, I got my old notes and re-read while I listened.
I flipped back to my new notes and kept jotting. It was pouring down rain this morning, which seemed fitting. This time, instead of simply talking about sending the servant seven times to check for rain, Pastor was more focused on what Elijah was doing in this time.
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He was on his knees, with his face between his knees. He knew the rain would come. As Pastor illustrated that with a few moments of awkward silence, it was resonating so much. Just me and God in a quiet room, with nothing to do but hold on to the faith that I know we will someday have another child to call ours.
Tears streamed down my face as I wrote that. On the heels of what could have been discouraging news Friday, God was using this message to remind me that He is still good. He still keeps His promises. Did I mention we saw three rainbows in two days last week as well? What the devil would use to discourage us and bring us down, we can see as just another stepping stone in our path. As we served second service, the worship leader began one song with a reference to Elisha new prophet here—the apprentice of Elijah—part of the story in Greater.
And it took me back—to a time where I was broken, hurting, and grieving in the late summer, early fall of In August of , my brother-in-law passed away. It was a tough kind of grief for me to process—different than anything I had been through. The week of his birthday just under a month later, still in I had the opportunity to go to a conference in South Carolina with other leaders from our church.
While there, I received such a word of God and a ton of peace. In a room of thousands, it was as though God was speaking directly to me. When I was flipping through my notes from church after we got home, I also flipped to 1 Kings 17 and started from when Elijah announced the drought.
I read through to 1 Kings 19 where Elisha burns his plows. Once I finished the passage, I headed for the highlights in my copy albeit electronic of Sun Stand Still. It should also be noted I almost never make highlights in books.
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I read through them all. I only needed additional context for a few.
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And it illustrates a fundamental principle of audacious faith: Paul said it more plainly in 2 Corinthians 5: Gray was in the chair watching football when I sat down on the couch to lay it all out. I started out a little all over the place, but I finally got there.
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So basically, the long and short of it is this. In a time of major grief and processing, we both read a book with the story of Elijah and Elisha. Now, within the span of less than a year, two different messages about Elijah have given me a little more clarity into the journey we are on. The boy will turn eight this month, so to say this path has been long or short is relative.
Some years we just keep it simple ; I try to avoid anything that will just sit around, though. Last year, about the time Teacher Appreciation Week rolled around, I realized I needed a questionnaire of some sort to give to each of his teachers you can see some of what we went with for this year here.
That brings me to today, when I finally had time to create such a thing. I know some will be uncomfortable with the idea of it, but we really do want to honor them and show our appreciation. Print a copy of the questionnaire here. Feel free to pin or share as well! As much as I love lazy summer days and the spontaneity of it all, I also crave a little structure. I got an email this morning from Mary at Trusty Chucks with their summer checklist, and it inspired me to create one that works for our needs.
My biggest goal with it is to hold myself accountable.
This puts us both on the same page. He has tasks to complete, and I have to check the completion. This is acting as a jumping off point to move from. Those things are still true today, but today something is weighing on my heart much heavier.
As we sat down to our anniversary lunch date earlier—no phones, no child, no distractions, we began talking about life, love, death, infidelity, growing, and on and on. The more we talked, the more weepy I grew. I was just weepy. Thinking of broken marriages, broken spirits, broken hearts, and broken homes hurts me to my core.
If you have been around this place for any period of time, you know that we are advocates for strong marriages. You know that we prioritize each other, date night, and our marriage above other earthly relationships. As we talked through that this afternoon, we got around to depression, suicide, and mental illness in general. Our anniversary is shared with the birthday of my cousin who died by suicide when I was eight.
See, when by brother-in-law died, it was a kind of grief I have never known. Research has proven that quality of teachers, school principals and the school environment are the most influential factors in improving student outcomes. However, limited professional development opportunities for both principals and teachers, often lead to less than optimum levels of teaching and ultimately low learning levels across schools in India.
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Student assessments are focused on giving specific insights to each child in the class. The test instruments are specifically designed for Indian Schools and are based on the curricula followed in India.
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