Wednesday, December 19, 2007


In my inbox this morning...

Here's what the youtube user had to say by way of background:

(A Frank Lozano Production) We have had a lot o... (more)
Added: November 09, 2007
(A Frank Lozano Production) We have had a lot of requests to replay the phone call that Pastor Mike shared during our church service on Sunday, Nov. 11th, 2007.

Here you'll find the video clip that was created just for you. We've placed the video on YouTube so that you can watch it and share with family and friends.

Logan is a 13 year-old boy who lives on a ranch in a very small town in Nebraska. Logan listens to Christian Radio station 89.3FM KSBJ which broadcasts from Houston, TX. Logan called the radio station distraught because he had to take down a calf . His words have wisdom beyond his years.

Since airing the audio of the phone call and now the making of the video clip, it has taken on a life of its own. People are forwarding it all over the world. We encourage you to share the love of Christ with anyone you can.

(**Sky Angel is a family safe broadcasting service that is offered on satellite. KSBJ is a local Houston Christian music radio station. Video clip produced with love by Hear the entire message at


Ashlee said...

I got this email from you and a friend almost at the same time this morning. Apparently I needed to hear it. Such a sweet little boy. Made me cry. Bad stuff happens, but always for a reason. good message...

Geoffrey Kruse-Safford said...

Merry Christmas, Cameron, to you and your whole family. Many blessings.

Unknown said...

Wow, very poignant call. A very good reminder of the sacrifice Heavenly Father made when He allowed His Son, Jesus Christ, to pay for all the sins of the world in Gethsemane, be unlawfully arrested and tortured, crucified and die for mankind. How His father's heart must have been torn asunder during those hours when all this occurred.

What great joy must have burst over Him as Jesus successfully completed His mission with the saving and redemption of mankind. Tears must have coursed down His face as Jesus walked into His arms once again to be held close and told, "Well done, thou good and faithful servant, My Son."