To help financially during this time of great need, please forward your offering to Tom's sister:
Darla Wexttsen, 16738 N. Tolle Lane, Mount Vernon, IL 62864
checks may be made payable to "Grace Community Church"

There is also a deposit account set up at US Bank to help defray Deb's uncovered medical expenses.
Visit any US Bank branch office to make a deposit in cash or by check for "Deborah A. Smith Memorial Fund".
Please be sure to mention Charity Paddock or Nellie Haverkos to be sure the gift is properly deposited.

If you use this link to join, then go shopping there, as much as 26% of your purchases will help the family.

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Wednesday, September 12, 2007

Deb Smith Ministers to the Universe ... or ... Too Much Fun with Ring Tones

Here's a way to help Deb bless the socks off your family members, co-workers, fellow bus riders, folks at the grocery store, etc. Download the individual Deb Call to Worship .mp3 files contained with the Loving Deb Smith podcast, then set them as ring tones on your cell phone. To do so, you can:

  1. click on this link to subscribe to the Loving Deb Smith podcast as an RSS feed, or
  2. click on the "Get Podcast" button on the Loving Deb Smith podcast player in the left side bar, and follow the directions given, or
  3. use the links below to download the files directly to your computer.
Once you have done this, you can use the .mp3 files as ring tones on your cell phone if your cell phone supports this functionality.

Deb's Call to Worship 1 is an excellent choice. Imagine you and your peeps hearing:
"Alright, alright, alright, we're having too much fun here.
We just love each other too much, huh. That's right."
and then Psalm 139 every time your cell phone rings. Many blessings all around!!

The direct links to download the other Deb's other Calls to Worship are here:

Please use the Comment link for this post if you do this, and share how Deb is using your cell phone ring tone to minister to you or others.

Peace and All Good!

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