Sprig Records Studio Flooring Consultation: complete

Trade Show Display Booth: designed and ordered

Redline Conference Tshirts: designed and ordered

Meeting with Youth Pastor: complete

Email, Texting, Editing, Web Support: constant

Design Lunch with Jason Clement: thoroughly enjoyed

New Life Christian Church – Master Series Graphic, May 2012: designed and uploaded

:30 Second Auto Commercial Story Board Review: complete

PCI Compliance Troubleshooting: in process

Product Pricing Review: complete

Set List and Rehearsal for Leading Worship at 33 Live Tonight: pending

Program Meeting: pending

Pre-Service Prayer: pending

Lead Worship: pending


Jason Clement · 18 Apr ’12 at 4:23 pm

Philippians 4:13

Gabe · 18 Apr ’12 at 4:29 pm

Woah, you’re busy!

Kim Ingerson · 18 Apr ’12 at 5:45 pm

Phew! I got tired just reading this. But then I looked at my day, and even though our occupations are very different, (you, husband, father, an associate pastor, author, worship leader, painter, entrepreneur, etc… Me, a wife and mother) there just doesn’t seem to be enough time for every task that needs accomplishing. So, just for fun, I wrote out my schedule 🙂
5:00am Rise and Shine…Jesus and Coffee!
5:30am Prepare for the school day (grade papers, assign tasks, etc.)
6:15am Make my husband’s coffee and breakfast and pack his lunch
7:00am Breakfast with the kiddos
7:30am Shower (in solitude. Aaaah!)
7:45am Morning chores and start laundry
8:30am Start SCHOOL!
11:30am Lunch (prep and clean up)
12:15pm Resume school
3:15pm School dismissed!
3:20pm Housecleaning, finish laundry
4:00pm Dinner prep
5:30pm Eat dinner with my family
6:00pm Clean up dinner
7:00pm Tidy up and complete whatever didn’t get done before dinner
8:00pm TV time with the family
8:30pm Put kiddos to bed with prayers and love
8:45pm Spend time with hubby
9:30pm ZZZZZZ…

In the past couple years, the Lord has really shown me that in the mundane parts of my life, I am building the foundation for four citizens of God’s Kingdom and of the United States to be world changers. I used to struggle with the fact that because I wasn’t outside of my home much, that I wasn’t doing enough for the Kingdom. But the Lord spoke quietly to me one day, “If you won’t do it for me, who else will?” It was then that I realized that God has placed me in this moment in time to be a helper to my husband, and as a mother to our four children. That’s enough for me. Besides, I couldn’t possibly fit in one more thing :)! I admire all the gifts that God has given you and Jenny and I am SO THANKFUL that He placed you in Watertown, NY so that we could know and love your family. Thank you for expending your energy for the Kingdom of God here and abroad, and also to Jenny for being your most excellent helper. And, for the foundations you both are building to raise up world changers. Love you both!

    Christopher Hopper · 18 Apr ’12 at 6:23 pm

    “The Lord has really shown me that in the mundane parts of my life, I am building the foundation for four citizens of God’s Kingdom.”

    Well said!

    Thank you for taking the time to write this out – there’s something very impressive about seeing on paper (especially on days where you don;’t feel like you got anything accomplished…which, strangely, I felt like today).

    Jason Clement · 19 Apr ’12 at 1:08 pm

    “The Lord has really shown me that in the mundane parts of my life, I am building the foundation for four citizens of God’s Kingdom.”

    Wow… that is an awesome statement.. and kinda scary when I examine my own life.

Kim Ingerson · 18 Apr ’12 at 5:47 pm

P.S. Sorry for the lengthy reply. I guess I got a little carried away 🙂

    Christopher Hopper · 18 Apr ’12 at 6:21 pm

    Don’t be! It’s great to be surrounded by people who get things done for the Kingdom!

AnneMarie · 18 Apr ’12 at 5:50 pm

OK, I need a nap, now.

Taisia · 19 Apr ’12 at 12:43 pm

Wow! Did you have to do all this in one day?! Makes me tired just thinking about it…

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