In today's fast moving culture many people don't take the time to stop and think about what is going on around them, most don't even think about what they are about to do before they do it. In contrast I believe that we should take every thought captive and meditate on why we do what we do before we do it. Without a valid reason actions are a pointless waste of time and since time is one of the most valuable things we have I believe that we should take some time to think about Life because it is important.
So here are my "Thoughts on Life".

Voters Clinic 2008

Tuesday night at 7:00pm VOCL held a Voter's Clinic in the Springtown/Azle area.
The event was held at Real Family Fellowship Church in Azle, Tx and was moderated by Mr. Jon Moffett.
There were twelve candidates at the Clinic including:
Larry Kilgore (U.S. Senate)
Phil King (State Rep.)
Deeia Beck (2nd Court of Appeals)
Barcus "Barc" Hunter (2nd Court of Appeals)
George Conley (Parker County Commissioner Precinct 1)
Barry Bobo (Parker County Commissioner Precinct 1)
Richard Pettigrew (Parker County Commissioner Precinct 1)
Jerry Mitchell (Parker County Commissioner Precinct 1)
Keith Springfield (Parker County Commissioner Precinct 1)
Clint Hall (Parker County Commissioner Precinct 1)
Larry Lippincott (Parker County Tax Assessor/Collector)
Marjorie King (Parker County Tax Assessor/Collector)

All Candidates were given 4 minutes to give a brief speech after which was a question and answer session using questions from the audience asked by a team of our young adults. You can read more about the clinic at the Real Families for Huckabee blog. The VOCL Voter's Clinic was also featured in the Azle News

Pictures from the Clinic:
Phil King answering Questions from the audience.

George Conley and Larry Lippincott talking with attendees after the event.

You can view more pictures from the event on flickr by clicking here.
pictures courtesy of the Russell Family