Friday, January 06, 2006



Taqadam MiG 29 (watercolor)
property of Steven Givler

4 comments:

JusJoy said...

I would like to comment on the sensitivity that I percieve from Steven Givler's writing & paintings. I so much appreciate his giving God a special place in his heart & sharing them with us. We who have prayed & supported our troops thru the negitive reports that have been so prevailant, are so proud of their sacrifice and love of this nation & people. I'm so honored to be able to read from this site, how the Lord has been in operation in the hearts & lives of the men & women in Iraq. I have heard rumors that many Iraqis are becoming born-again Christians and are taking a lot of persecution from family, friends & enemies, and yet, are willing to make the sacrifice, to have the Lord in their hearts. I also understand, that there are a lot of satellites that carry Christian television programs. Is this true?
I am only one of so many that have prayed for the safety of our military personnel, families and mission. I am honored and I thank you so very much for all you have done in the past & are doing now. You are giving us a peek of how the Lord has been faithful to you and to many of your "brothers." May the good Lord bless all that you do, and the love that has driven you to where you are and to where you have been. May the politicians allow the mission to be completed, with freedom being the result to the Iraqi people.

Sincerely
JusJoy
Rockford, IL

JusJoy said...

I would like to comment on the sensitivity that I percieve from Steven Givler's writing & paintings. I so much appreciate his giving God a special place in his heart & sharing them with us. We who have prayed & supported our troops thru the negitive reports that have been so prevailant, are so proud of their sacrifice and love of this nation & people. I'm so honored to be able to read from this site, how the Lord has been in operation in the hearts & lives of the men & women in Iraq. I have heard rumors that many Iraqis are becoming born-again Christians and are taking a lot of persecution from family, friends & enemies, and yet, are willing to make the sacrifice, to have the Lord in their hearts. I also understand, that there are a lot of satellites that carry Christian television programs. Is this true?
I am only one of so many that have prayed for the safety of our military personnel, families and mission. I am honored and I thank you so very much for all you have done in the past & are doing now. You are giving us a peek of how the Lord has been faithful to you and to many of your "brothers." May the good Lord bless all that you do, and the love that has driven you to where you are and to where you have been. May the politicians allow the mission to be completed, with freedom being the result to the Iraqi people.

Sincerely
Joy Bramlett
Rockford, IL

JusJoy said...

I would like to comment on the sensitivity that I percieve from Steven Givler's writing & paintings. I so much appreciate his giving God a special place in his heart & sharing them with us. We who have prayed & supported our troops thru the negitive reports that have been so prevailant, are so proud of their sacrifice and love of this nation & people. I'm so honored to be able to read from this site, how the Lord has been in operation in the hearts & lives of the men & women in Iraq. I have heard rumors that many Iraqis are becoming born-again Christians and are taking a lot of persecution from family, friends & enemies, and yet, are willing to make the sacrifice, to have the Lord in their hearts. I also understand, that there are a lot of satellites that carry Christian television programs. Is this true?
I am only one of so many that have prayed for the safety of our military personnel, families and mission. I am honored and I thank you so very much for all you have done in the past & are doing now. You are giving us a peek of how the Lord has been faithful to you and to many of your "brothers." May the good Lord bless all that you do, and the love that has driven you to where you are and to where you have been. May the politicians allow the mission to be completed, with freedom being the result to the Iraqi people.

Sincerely
Joy Bramlett
Rockford, IL

RandyB said...

Hi, Sis