I was at MDPC during this time; these sermons changed my life. I am ever indebted to Bob Ball. I hope he can get this message. I am currently a deacon at the First Presbyterian Church in Napa. I frequently tell stories of my days at MDPC.
How wonderful to have these sermons.
Who is "mom": is this Marlene?
Edward in Vancouver, BC said:October 8, 2010 8:52 pm PST
Dear everyone, I sincerely hope it is ok for a complete stranger to add this comment about Patsy Daigle. I have no idea what possessed me to think about her this evening (the first time in years) and then to search for her on the web. But here I am at your website and staring at a photo of this amazing woman...exactly as I remembered her. My heart skipped a few beats when I realized that it really was her in the photo. Just wow! I met her while she was living in Vancouver. Even at that young age this brilliant and creative girl managed to change my life forever. She opened my eyes and introduced me to the local art scene, Dada artists, performance art, John Casavettes and even Frank Zappa. Just by being around her for a few short days I was never the same afterwards but it was only much later that I realized this. From your own comments it's obvious she's had a similar and profound effect on lots of other people. If I could ever see her again I am sure I would just fall to my knees, clasp my hands together and say..."Thank you Patsy. Thank you for my awesome life. Thank you for making the world so wonderful" - And thank you all for posting her photo. Take care. - Edward
Roger Sowell said:September 19, 2010 8:10 pm PST
Candace, love the sermons from Dr. Bob Ball! The music selections are wonderful, too!
Nancy Smith said:August 27, 2010 1:18 pm PST
Thank you for a great "delicious" lunch and interesting visit with my red hat sisters today. You two went all out to provide us with entertainment and great chat.
Beth Biddison Patterson said:August 17, 2010 4:07 am PST