World Changing Productions!!!
Thursday, August 29, 2013
I have the most amazing news to announce!!!
Our video, Him and Her won Grand Prize in the 2013 Consumer Cellular Grandparent's Day Contest!!!
We are thrilled, excited, amazed, overjoyed... how do you express such emotions?!
I want to say that I am grateful to each of your who voted and supported our video. We could not have done it without your support!
I also want to say that the glory goes to the Lord. He is the One that blessed us with this and we are very thankful for this amazing gift!
World Changing Productions!!!
Happy Anniversary, Daddy and Mommy! For your special blog post we hired one of the youngest children to do the post.... can you guess who dictated this post? If you comment let us know who your first guess was!! :)
This is when my Mommy and Daddy got married. The flowers are pretty. My Daddy is a fireman.
This is my Daddy as a fireman. That's my Mommy and Daddy at the fire station.
They love each other.
That's when we went up to Beacon Rock with the whole family and with Mommy and Daddy. And they love their children. This is made by: judah and shiloh. I typed my name by myself and Shiloh's name. I love you both.
Happy 32nd Anniversary to my wonderful parents! We are so Thankful for your godly example to us and the legacy you've given us!
We Love You!
Thursday, August 22, 2013
Vote on our movie, "Him and Her" at this link!
You can vote once a day, just so you know. ;)
Thank you for voting!!!
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Today is a special day because it's Havilah's Birthday! Join us in the celebrations!!!
"It theems tho long thinthe I could thay... Thister Thusie thiten' on a thithle!"
(All I Want For Christmas is my Two Front Teeth!)
But we can't forget Mommy!
(Someone once referred to this picture as "The Bennett Sisters"!)
Cowboy and cowgirl...
One out of seven siblings!
And one from a big, happy family!
And Havilah even takes ballet class from her mother!
Happy Birthday to such a big seven year old!
We love you lots!!! Jesus love you too and may He bless your life!
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
I am thrilled to announce our newest movie!!! If you saw this post, you would have known that something was big and something was coming. Well, now it's here!
Introducing World Changing Production's newest movie:
Him and Her
This is a special movie in honor of the legacy of love our grandparents have given us.
And we need your help...
Vote for us at this link here:
You can vote every day, so what are you waiting for?!
Thank you for your vote!
If you want to see all the credits, you can watch the end of our movie on Vimeo:
Tuesday, August 13, 2013
World Changing Productions is at work again!
This time they have made a special movie in honor of their grandparents and the legacy they have left.
Stay tuned on this blog for the release of our video! We are entering it into a contest, so we will need all the votes we can get. (That's where you can help us, by the way.)
A big thank you to the B. Girls who were so gracious in letting me borrow their authentic 50's dress.
Last night we filmed until midnight. Fun!
To feed your curiosity...
Bethany as Grandma
Stepping back into the 1950's.
Jordan as Grandpa
Getting ready for a 50's dance.
Eden having way too much fun!
Good morning at 12:00am!
Saturday, August 10, 2013
Today is a remarkable day. It is the one-year anniversary of the heart procedure that was done on Judah to patch up the three holes in his heart.
I remember everything so well… My parents and Judah left a day early to get settled in at the hotel. We were to hold down the fort until their return, which would be two days later. Judah was doing well and in high spirits as we each took a turn to spend some time with him. I held him close as I prayed that God would protect him and put His hand of guidance over the doctors. In fun I asked Judah if I could come along, to which he replied, “Mommy said ‘no’, but maybe you could fit in the big red suitcase!” Judah is the sweetest boy and I love him dearly.
After the car was packed and they were ready to go, I kissed Judah goodbye and talked with my parents. The holes in Judah’s heart were going to be patched up through a process where they put a catheter up the vein in the groin, feed it up to his heart, and then slide the material out to cover the holes. If this didn’t work, they would have to open his chest up and perform open-heart surgery. I was fearful that this is what would happen because the other procedure doesn’t work for everyone. My dad spoke with me and told me to pray and trust the Lord because He is the One that is in control. I said goodbye to each of them and then waved them off.
During this time we all prayed and asked the Lord to protect Judah and heal him through this.
On the big day, we got to Skype with Judah and my parents through their iPhone. They were all going very well and it was good to see them before Judah went into surgery.
For a few hours we didn’t hear from then as we all waited. Waiting. Praying. Hoping.
Then they called. The news was wonderful: Judah’s procedure was successful! His holes were patched up and the leakage of blood was going to be healed. I was overjoyed! God is so good! My precious brother was healed. (He had two defects: a thickening of the left ventricle and three holes… but now those holes are gone.)
I couldn’t wait for them to get home the other night! Although it had only been three days, it felt longer than that. We prepared a special dinner for their arrival and waited. When the car pulled into the driveway late that night, we all ran out to meet them. Each of us were so thankful for what God had done. Judah was very sore, but he was so excited to see us as well.
Judah is healthy, happy, and such a blessing. I’m so grateful for what the Lord did and how he answered all our prayers.
"My heart is fixed, O God, my heart is fixed: I will sing and give praise."
At a doctor's appointment where he learned what procedure the doctor would do.
Asleep in the car on the way up to the hospital.
Judah finding the hotel room.
This is what Judah called his "cozy bed". :)
Checkups with the nurse before the surgery.
Almost ready to go in!
This is what Judah called Mommy's "Bunny Suit."
The drawing of the procedure.
Asleep after the successful procedure!
Just waking up...
Smiling in the sunshine.
Happy, healthy, and healed.
Looking through the funny glass of the fish tank.
Praise God for His miraculous hand of mercy!
Thursday, August 8, 2013
Today Shiloh turned 22. Time really flies! We are very blessed by her and know that the Lord will bless her in the years to come!
These were the good ol' days when it was just Shiloh and I. ;)
Big smiles from little girls!
This has got to be one of my favorite pictures of Shiloh when she was little!
Hiking at the gorgeous Multnomah Falls.
Shiloh visiting the Shiloh, Georgia fire station with Daddy and Judah.
When we were a bit younger, we used to turn on Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and dance to the music and video.
You can't go wrong with the fancy hat Shiloh has here!
Okay, I'm about to release some pictures I've been holding for quite some time now...
Shiloh the Cat on a video call with her sisters!
The Piratess Catess!
(Mind you, she was upstairs and we were downstairs.)
Shiloh's Colonial dress.
Gotta love Shiloh new look in this picture!
Shiloh gives a big hug to... actually, I don't know who that is.
Shiloh and cousin Hope.
Shiloh is the harpist for our quartet, One Accord.
A favorite memory from earlier this year was getting to sing a trio with Shiloh...
No explanation needed.
Shiloh's dress she put together for the Civil War reenactment our family attended for July 4th.
Happy Birthday, Shiloh! We love you!
Comment and wish Shiloh a very happy birthday; she deserves it