A Saskatchewan couple is celebrating 70 years of marriage, and looking back at the fond memories, challenges and lessons learned along the way.
Have you ever had anyone call out your faith? They are looking for anything they can do to disprove that your faith is real. Are they doing this out of spite? Out of jealously? Or are they looking for an excuse not believe? We need to be strong in our faith as to be a… The post Strength in Opposition appeared first on BayArt.
To many people live their lives with the attitude of “only if”. Only if I had a better job, only if I had of married someone different, only if I had of not done that, only if I had more money, only if….. They are hoping that if things would only go their way things… The post Only If appeared first on BayArt.
Have you heard the phrase “dress for the job you want, not the job you have?” In essence, it is saying if you want to life your life on the bottom floor of the office building then don’t care about what you wear. But if you want to succeed as a business man then don’t… The post Clothes make the Man appeared first on BayArt.
Think about batteries. When you go to the store and buy batteries do you buy the cheap brands or the name brands. If you want power you will choose the brands that are trusted and know will last a long time. The cheap ones have quick power but generally don’t last as long as the… The post My God or my god appeared first on BayArt.
Sin is present here in the world, there is no doubt in its existence, as we see the effects it brings on the news daily. Yet we also see the effects of sin in our own lives and community. It may not be as rampant as what we see on the news but it is… The post Sin the Cancer of the Heart appeared first on BayArt.
Originally posted on HonestK Guess who’s back, back again, Kirsty’s back, tell a friend. This is quite a bizarre feeling, I didn’t even realise it until a few weeks ago, but I feel ‘fine’. Not sure if ‘fine’ cuts it, I feel ‘great’ – Tony the tiger great. For someone diagnosed with depression, who monitored… The post Depression – soon you might be an old friend. appeared first on BayArt.
In this overexposed society, it is essential to keep some of ourselves sacred. We are so quick to invite the world into our space, into our mind, into our heart. Often times casting the net to see whom we may catch that align with our invitation. Sometimes, however, we unintentionally appeal undesirable opinions and are left to the mercy of our grounded spirit to take these opinions in with empathy and breathe it back out with love. Our space, our mind, and our heart hold both, our spirit and ego. Ego is the surface shell we constantly need to ensure is worthy, is good, is valid, while spirit holds our sacred existence with grounded conviction. Ego is the one reaching out and inviting the world in, while spirit is the one BEING. While Ego reaches out and invites the world in, the sacred space to BE becomes small and corners spirit tightly into a corner, sometimes suffocating the life right out of it. In this overexposed society, reserve the sacred space for spirit. Ego will survive if its invitation does not go out today. It will survive if spirit decides to sit with trees instead of with a television set. It will survive if spirit decides to look up at stars instead of scrolling through social media feeds. It will survive if spirit decides to enjoy the silence instead of the loud chatter of the world. It will survive and it may even realize that it needs to allow for spirit its sacred space in order to invite the world in that it intends to. This post first appeared on The Seeds 4 Life written by Lily Daub
Ever have someone tell you that you are missing out because you are not participating in an activity or habit that they enjoy? As a military member I have heard so many times that I need to start drinking as I am missing out. Or the challenge that they will have me drinking soon enough.… The post How are you living your life? appeared first on BayArt.
STANFORD, Calif. (AP) — With Stanford getting another late-night start, Bryce Love made sure to impress any Heisman Trophy voters who were watching before the clock struck midnight on the East Coast. Love needed less than five minutes to reach the 100-yard rushing mark for the ninth consecutive game as he used another big run to fuel No. 23 Stanford’s 49-7 victory over Oregon on Saturday. Love’s 67-yard touchdown run just 4:23 in was his second touchdown of the game, and the nation’s leading rusher finished with 147 yards on 17 carries to help the Cardinal (5-2, 4-1 Pac-12) win their fourth straight. “You love to see it every time,” center Jesse Burkett said. “It never gets old. It’s so much fun playing in front of that guy.” Love has 1,387 yards through seven games despite carrying just once in the second half this week after getting banged up. Stanford coach David Shaw said there was no reason to put Love back in with the score so lopsided. “As soon as he went down, with the score the way that it was, I never really considered putting him back in,” Shaw said. “He already had played really well. He had already done what he does, which is break long runs.” Keller Chryst threw two of his three touchdown passes to JJ Arcega-Whiteside, and Brandon Simmons returned a blocked punt by Curtis Robinson for another touchdown as Stanford overpowered the Ducks (4-3, 1-3). Royce Freeman ran for 143 yards for Oregon, but the Ducks had no passing game behind Braxton Burmeister and lost for the third time in four games. Oregon had its lowest-scoring game since getting shut out by UCLA on Nov. 24, 2007. “We just came out here today and didn’t execute like we needed to at the quarterback position,” coach Willie Taggart said. “We needed to play a little better than what we did.” Love started his day by racing 34 yards on his first carry and capped the opening drive with a 5-yard score. He then took a pitch on the first play of the next drive and outran the Oregon defense for the long touchdown that gave him a run of at least 50 yards in a ninth straight game. THE TAKEAWAY
OREGON: The Ducks’ offense took a big hit when quarterback Justin Herbert broke his collarbone two weeks ago against California. Oregon scored just 10 points last week and had no passing threat at all this week with Burmeister. Stanford caught more passes (two) from Burmeister than his own teammates (one) did in the first 39 minutes. Burmeister finished 3 of 8 for 23 yards with the two INTs before being replaced by Taylor Alie late in the third quarter. STANFORD: Chryst was sharp for the Cardinal, teaming often with Arcega-Whiteside for big plays, starting with a 34-yarder on the opening drive. The two hooked up for a pair of TDs and almost had a third but a pass late in the first half deflected off Arcega-Whiteside’s hands and went right to Deommodore Lenoir for an interception in the end zone. Chryst finished 15 of 21 for 181 yards. TRICK PLAY
Stanford had been waiting three weeks to try a trick play that finally paid off when receiver Jay Tyler threw a 16-yard pass to third-string quarterback Ryan Burns. That one play eclipsed Oregon’s passing total through the first three quarters.
“They were at that point where they were starting to roll their eyes when I installed it, saying, ‘Coach, you’re never going to call it,'” Shaw said. “It’s one of those things you work on week after week so you work out all the kinks.” RUN, RABBIT RUN
Perhaps the only thing tougher to contain than Love was a rabbit that got loose on the field in the first quarter, leading to a brief delay. The rabbit ran through the end zone before finally being caught on the Oregon sideline.
“For some, that might have been the highlight of the night,” Shaw said. “I’m convinced that’s the same jackrabbit I see about three times a week over by Maples (Pavilion). He just hangs out over there, doesn’t seem to bother anybody. I guess he got lost. That was a nice diversion today.” POLL IMPLICATIONS
The Cardinal could move up a bit in the poll after their fourth straight win. UP NEXT
OREGON: Visit UCLA on Saturday.
STANFORD: Visit Oregon State on Oct. 26.