You may or may not remember a blog post here
(and if not, why not? Are not all the posts here memorable?)
that mentioned a video that Jason made for the United States Conference of Mayors summer meeting in Dallas. Well, here it is:
One was in a church, Pueblo de Dios in Dallas, on Saturday night; the other was the Rockwell News Memorial Day Concert, Sunday night; and for both, there were Copians in the house–thank you, beckyvee, for bringing back recaps (don’t forget to stop by our forum for those–there are links to Instagrams cliplets) and bootleg!
Can’t put my hand up for that one, because, so cute! Even better when it’s for a good cause, as was the recent Light the Runway show in Dallas, which benefited the Dallas Dress for Success organization. And, of course, Jason and Madeline were in the show:
“This was one of my first interactions with Dress for Success and Light the Runway…it really was an incredible thing and a beautiful evening,” Castro beamed. “It’s always great to know you’re doing some good while you’re having some fun. […] I feel honored to have been a part of this event.” While Castro has given back to many charities and causes, he is now admittedly a fan and avid devotee to Dress for Success; and as a crowd favorite with his energetic daughter Madeline, hopes for a return at next year’s show is evident.
You know, the movie in which he played a surf-shop owner?
Yes, that one! Well, according to The Wilmywood Daily, the DVD of the film will be released to Christian Bookstores on June 3 and to Target and Walmart on August 5, so get your wallets ready! Also you can see it again on UPtv this June.
It’s great to have a long holiday weekend, isn’t it? Memorial Day marks the beginning of summer; it’s a day of big sales and parades and picnics and all Good Things. But on your way to that backyard barbecue, won’t you please take a moment to remember those who stood and fell for our country?
So to the indifferent inquirer who asks why Memorial Day is still kept up we may answer, it celebrates and solemnly reaffirms from year to year a national act of enthusiasm and faith. It embodies in the most impressive form our belief that to act with enthusiam and faith is the condition of acting greatly. To fight out a war, you must believe something and want something with all your might. So must you do to carry anything else to an end worth reaching. More than that, you must be willing to commit yourself to a course, perhpas a long and hard one, without being able to foresee exactly where you will come out. All that is required of you is that you should go somewhither as hard as ever you can. The rest belongs to fate. One may fall-at the beginning of the charge or at the top of the earthworks; but in no other way can he reach the rewards of victory.
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