Friday, May 18, 2007

One word: Three letters.

Well, what could it be? You'd be surprised how many three letter words there actually are. Just ask Strong Bad. Well, I'll give you a hint: I just graduated, so I'm looking for a.... That's right a J-O-B. A job. The great news that I have for all of you who blog readers is that I got a job. That's right, an actual job. I will be working with Northrop Grumman in Newport News where I have been a co-op for the past 2 years. It's pretty sweet.

In other news, I will be guest starring in my best friend's podcast. We have a spectacular idea for it, but you'll have to wait to see the podcast to find out. Man, that's a word I don't use very often, spectacular. Hmm.

Anyway, I would like to add that I would like to hear from you, either here or on facebook where this blog is imported. Some of you are like, "What, this isn't the original?" Nope. True fans read my blog at davidferrell.blogspot.com Others have to wait an extra few minutes till it gets onto Facebook. So for all of you blog readers, comment away.

Also, I've decided to add a new feature to each blog: The blogthought. I just made it up.
It's a question to make you think. It will either be theological, humorous, or just a question that I want answered.

So here goes:

Does evil prove that God doesn't care about mankind?

And now just a funny one for kicks:

Why do doctors call what they do practice?

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

The end of one era, the beginning of another

A significant event is happening in my life this weekend. I will be leaving a place that is very close and dear to my heart: Old Dominion University. If you are reading this please, please, please, keep in touch. I don't know right now where I'm going to be going, but I do know this. I will be interviewing for 2 jobs in the near future. One, I will be interviewing for on Thursday, one later on. The first is with a company in downtown Norfolk, the second with the company I currently work for as a co-op. Please pray that God would put me in the position that He wants me to be in. Above all else, it is His will that I want present in my life. Although leaving ODU and all of my friends will be a sad experience. It will also be a time to reflect on what's gone by and triumph over what God has done in my life. He has brought me through many painful experiences and struggles over the past 5 years.
Having said that, I would like to give a shout out to all the people I know and love at the BCM. First I would like to thank Rob for being such a great minister and mentor in my life. I would specifically like to also name the guys that were instrumental in my spiritual development. This would be Josh Parsons, Brian Johnson, and Shawn Melton. I think we all know how they have impacted so many lives at the BCM. Also, the rest of you have been there when I needed you. And yes, I'm going to name you all if I can. Let's see there's Brian E, Bryan R, Brian F, Kelly, Bri, Tara, Heather, Megan, Melissa, Ashley, Mindy, Mandy, Tyler, Tyler 2.0, Kathryn, Larry, Brandy, Tori, Keri, Amy, Daren, Katie, Josh B, Chara, Caroline, Andrew, Jessica, Alex, Julianne, Joel, Melissa N, Lindsey, Chelsea, Lindsay, Mike D, Robert, Nick, Rosie, Abby, Zeb, Linke, Wes, Charlie, Rebecca, Yvette, Kristi, Rex, Jessica, Chris, Corey, Bones, Zorro, Sean, and Ben. I love you all very much and will miss you. I will visit often when you're not expecting it. Please y'all, keep in touch!

I would also like to thank my best friend Josh, who has been there for me through it all. In fact, he's one of the few people who actually reads this blog regularly. Josh, if you're reading this, from the bottom of my heart thank you. Also, congratulations on your own graduation.

I'll see you guys later. You won't know when or where. Be ready.


-typing from the ODU Wesley House this is David Ferrell signing off.

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