Answers to Your Questions on Dump Day Eve

IF YOU’RE LOOKING FOR DUMP DAY 2012, PLEASE CLICK HERE! I’ve been getting lots of Dump Day questions, and I’m going to try and answer some … QUESTION: What can I do to REALLY make a BIG difference on Dump Day tomorrow? (3 Things…) Pray and ask God to bless our day. Make a donation. […]

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The Bus

We’ve spent a lot of time on a bus this week. It was the best way to get a group our size around the area. The dozens of boxes in the back are large amount of clothes we were taking to those who have nearly nothing in this world. Even though we had a lot […]

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Honduras – Day 1

I’m supposed to be in Honduras this morning, but instead I’m sitting in the San Salvador airport. Our flight schedule for our trip was to be: Dallas-Fort Worth to El Salvador to Tegucigalpa, Honduras. All went well yesterday until we got El Salvador last night. When we went to board our last plane for a […]

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I’M CLOSING MY BLOG … AND I’M EXCITED ABOUT IT

BIG ANNOUNCEMENT: It’s official, I’m closing down my blog … and opening a new one. This is the last day of the “old” blog, and tomorrow (possibly tonight) you will see an all new and improved treymorgan.net. My friend, Peter Pollock has built me a new, more user friendly blog in the Word Press format. […]

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NO PLACE LIKE HOME

I’ve been hanging out this past week in Oklahoma with some really nice folks. I had a great time, but it was sure good to see this sign … signifying that I was only 30 minutes from home.

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DO THESE THINGS STILL WORK?

Gospel Meetings … do they still work? I’m enjoying a 5 day Gospel Meeting (Revival) at the Highland Church of Christ in Tecumseh, Oklahoma. Two nights of the meeting are down and three still to go. Most churches don’t have Gospel Meetings anymore because they don’t feel like it’s effective or attendance just isn’t what […]

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RANDOMNESS, PACKING LIKE A WOMAN & WARRIOR DASH

I think it’s amazing that over 30 have “signed up” for the 30 hour Dump Day fast on May 5th. I know there are a lot from my congregation that have told me, “I’m in.” A BIG thanks to those who are helping me get the word out by email, blogs, Facebook and Twitter. Tell […]

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THE 30 HOUR FAST

Are you up for a 30 hour fast? Today 25,000 children under the age of 5 will die from a lack of food and from poverty. Sadly, that shouldn’t be. How long could you go without food? Could you last 30 hours without food? There are some of us (my children) who can’t go a […]

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WANT TO GET STONED? BIBLICALLY SPEAKING OF COURSE!

There are a lot of natural born enemies in this world. For example, snowplows are the natural born enemy of school children, holiday foods are the natural born enemy of your waistline, cats are the natural born enemies of mice AND dogs & cars are the natural born enemies of runners. Lately the dogs and […]

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WHAT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING OF ALL?

It’s not buildings, budgets or bottom lines. It’s not about sermons or stained glass. It IS about a sacrifice and a Savior. It IS about hope, victory and the future. It IS an empty tomb! “What I received I passed on to you. And it is the most important of all. Here is what it […]

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TULSA WORKSHOP

I’m at the Tulsa Workshop this weekend. I love the Tulsa Workshop. Every year they line up some amazing speakers. They have 5 speakers to choose from for each session, making the toughest part of the day deciding which speaker to go hear. Don McLaughlin kicked things off last night with an AMAZING lesson. I […]

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WHO INFLUENCED ME

My friend John Dobbs came up with a great idea this week. He said, “Let’s all blog about a minister who has been a great influence in our lives. Post about someone who has influenced you in a positive way.” I love John’s idea, and I gladly accept the challenge to tell you about two […]

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MY TOP 10 BLACKBERRY APPS

I am amazed by all the things a cellphone and smartphone will do these days. On my Blackberry I can check my email, Facebook messages and text messages. My cellphone also has my date book, my “to do” list and my address book on it. One of the things I love most about my phone […]

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WHY IT’S GOOD TO BE A RUNNER…

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SUPER BOWL PICKS, BASEBALL, AVATAR and OTHER RANDOMNESS

CANCELLED: Last night as I tucked Cooper into bed, he told me, “Dad, make sure you check the radio in the morning to see if we have school.” My comment to him was, “Don’t get your hopes up. We’re only supposed to get rain.” This morning Cooper got his wish… due to freezing rain, school’s […]

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TULSA WORKSHOP

I’m sure looking forward to this year’s Tulsa Workshop. I hope you’re making plans to attend.

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I DON’T WANT TO BE THE SHAMWOW GUY

I’m not sure I’ve ever watched an entire infomercial. Much like someone running their fingernails across a chalkboard, it’s the infomercial spokesmen that always get on my nerves. Do they look for annoying people to host these things? Whether it was Billy Mays or the “Shamwow” guy, I’ve always prayed that I would NEVER come […]

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PASSION FOR JESUS

Childress folks: I am PUMPED about the “Passion” sermon series that starts tomorrow. I hope to see a big crowd for the first Sunday of the year. There’s not a better way to start off 2010 than worshipping God with other believers. If you are not a regular at the CofC, come join us for […]

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MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM THE MORGAN’S

There’s a lot of opinions these days about Christmas. Is Christmas about the gifts, family, food, Santa, etc? I like what Linus Van Pelt had to say about Christmas. I’ll let him explain it to you … in less than a minute and a half. Merry Christmas from the Morgan family…

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10 THINGS I LEARNED FROM DRIVING IN HONDURAS

One of the highlights on my trip to Honduras was … I GOT TO DRIVE … and it was amazing. It was my first time to drive in a 3rd world country. Marc Tindall was in need of another driver and asked if I could drive a stick. I said, “Sure, I can.” Just like […]

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Jesus Banquet Monday

Leaving for the US this morning. Haven’t had any internet to blog this time. I can’t wait to tell you about our trip this coming Monday. I have some amazing pictures. Please pray for a safe trip home. Blessing.

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Jesus Banquet

Hello from Lea! Trey does not have internet access this time, so I will try to give updates here and on his Facebook as I hear from him. Spoke with Trey around 2:00 p.m. They were in the middle of the “Jesus Banquet” at the dump. What was supposed to be a 2 hour event, […]

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SHOUT OUT TO MY FAMILY

Lea, Taylor, Parker, Connor & Cooper … just want you to know that I love you much! I’ll be praying for you this week while I’m away, and I know you’ll do the same for me. Have a great week and I’ll talk to you Saturday night, if not earlier. Love ya, Dad

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THE CHILDRESS GUYS HEADED TO HONDURAS

Randy Allen, myself, Rickey Husband

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ANSWERS TO LAST WEEK’S "ASK ME ANYTHING"

At 10:13 AM, The Detwilers said… I have a few questions! 1. If you had to pick one food group (Chinese, Mexican, American) to eat the rest of your life, what would it be? 2. Lea – what is the hardest thing being the only female in an all male house? ANSWERS: 1. Hands down […]

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BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU ASK YOUR KIDS, BECAUSE YOU MAY NOT LIKE THEIR ANSWER

Here is a conversation between my son Cooper (2nd Grade) and I, on the way to school this morning… Me: “Hey buddy, how is school going?” Cooper: “Good.” Me: “How many accelerated reader points do you have now?” Cooper: “Fifty-something points. I’ve lost count.” Me: “Awesome Coop! That’s a TON of points. I’m proud of […]

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WHAT’S YOUR EATING PLEASURE?

When I was in high school, my friend James and I would clip the “buy a dozen donuts and get a dozen free” coupons from the local paper. During our afternoon class we’d make a flying trip to Duncan Donuts, split the cost of the first dozen and get the second dozen free. By the […]

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5 LOAVES & 2 FISH IN MY WALLET

It really bothers me when I see the poor or hungry in my community holding a “Need food (or gas)” sign. What bothers me even more is when I see us drive by that needy person in our $40,000 vehicles without even stopping or thinking, “I’ve got a few dollars in my wallet I can […]

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ARE YOU READY FOR CHANGE?

Yesterday my 17 year old son wanted to send a letter to Honduras to one of the kids he met while there. I handed him the envelope and the mailing address of where to send it, and then our conversation went like this … ME: “Here you go, let me know if you need any […]

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MY AMAZING FARMING SKILLS

Well, it’s official I am now a farmer. Yep, I decided back in the spring to buy one of those upside down Topsy Turvy tomato planters and plant a tomato plant. I dreamt of a huge harvest of tomatoes to share with the entire neighborhood. I knew in no time at all I’d be enjoying […]

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THEY GROW UP FAST

We’ve taken “1st Day of School” pictures every year since Taylor started kindergarten 15 years ago. Parker begins his senior year today, Connor starts 8th grade, Cooper will begin 2nd grade, and I realize they’re growing up SO fast. With another school year, Lea & I are reminded that time doesn’t stand still. Our children […]

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JOSH HAMILTON AND ALCOHOL

I’m a Texas Ranger’s fan and a Josh Hamilton fan. My heart was saddened this weekend when I heard the story about the Josh Hamilton pictures of him being drunk and partying with three girls last January. According to his own words, “It all started when I thought I could have just one drink.” He […]

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THE TERRIBLE, HORRIBLE, NO GOOD, VERY BAD DAY

As a dad, anytime we take a family trip, I take it as my responsibility to make sure everything runs smoothly. I also know that it falls on the dad to make sure everyone is having fun on the family trips. This past Tuesday was a tough day to be a dad. We left out […]

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BACK SOON

It’s important that we slow down, for both rest and enjoyment. I’m excited about spending the next few days hiding out, resting and playing. I believe there is room in my theology for enjoying things that are fun. Part of the value of “slowing down” is rediscovering what leisure is all about (1 Timothy 6:17). […]

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I LOVE THE F-WORD

I love using the f-word, all three of them. No, not that f-word, but the f-words faith, family and friends. Sadly our generation has known the “f-word” as a short reference for a curse word, but I think it’d be great to reclaim the f-word for something more important in this life … like faith, […]

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Trey Morgan Here are my thoughts about marriage, family, raising children, humor, faith and the life God intended for us all. I am a Christian husband and father, who moonlights as the minister for the church of Christ in Childress, Texas. My wife Lea and I have been married for 25 years. We are doing our best to raise our 4 boys, who are all growing up way too fast.

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