Accolades and Attribution
First off, supreme thanks and praise go to the Lord Jesus Christ, for every blessing, grace and mercy he continually unfolds. No one compares to our great God:
“I look forward to spending eternity thanking and praising you, Lord, for your countless gifts.”
While I don’t want to forfeit anyone’s heavenly reward, I would like to acknowledge the people who have contributed to this site and helped to shape this heap of rubble. (That didn’t come out right, did it?)
- Revel in the Rubble Header Logo – The header is an adaptation of the image Rubble by Tim Lucas, taken in Angkor, Cambodia. It precisely captures the atmosphere I visualized when I first dreamed of having this blog space.
- Welcome Images – The black and white author photo and welcome pictures are courtesy of © Ocean Images/JC Black Label.
- Bill Fairchild Photography – Unless otherwise credited, images on Revel in the Rubble are the work of Bill Fairchild, taken on his Canon Rebel.
God inspired the theme for Revel in the Rubble through these Scriptures:
Isaiah 61:4 – They shall build up the ancient ruins; they shall raise up the former devastations; they shall repair the ruined cities, the devastations of many generations. (ESV)
Ezekiel 36:35-36 – And when I bring you back, people will say, ‘This former wasteland is now like the Garden of Eden! The abandoned and ruined cities now have strong walls and are filled with people!’ Then the surrounding nations that survive will know that I, the Lord, have rebuilt the ruins and replanted the wasteland. For I, the Lord, have spoken, and I will do what I say. (NLT)
I can’t fail to express gratitude to my sister, Sue of Geek in the Forest:
“Without the hours and hours of technical assistance and sisterly encouragement you gave, I’d still be buried under a pile of rubble (in the form of cascading style sheets), attempting (but failing miserably) to launch this blog.”
And lastly, to my best friend and husband, Bill:
“After Jesus Christ, you are the greatest love of my life. You indulge me with time, unshakable support, and the freedom to pursue my dreams, whims, and obsessions. For that I am forever grateful. And, yes, I do know how good I’ve got it!”