Fountain Hills and Show Low Report

It is incredible to see the Lord continue to work out details regarding Uriah. We were preparing to leave Tucson Monday morning, and John found that the transmission dipstick was dry–not a good thing! Dad found a truck place that had the fluid, so we packed out of the hotel and headed there. A mechanic came out to look at it, and he showed Dad a “secret way” to check the fluid level electronically. This indicated that the fluid was perfect, so we were very glad that we hadn’t been running on low transmission fluid. We also had had a oil leak, and Dad asked them if they would be able to fix that. The mechanic assured Dad they could, and it wouldn’t take long. We had a sweet time doing family devotions while Uriah was getting fixed. Soon, we were on our way to Fountain Hills. The conference coordinator had invited us to a picnic, and we arrived in time.

Fountain Hills has a very nice park with a beautiful fountain that goes off every hour.



We had a blessed time of fellowship with several families; thank you!

The set up continues to go smoothly for the conferences. Everyone has their own jobs, and it’s great teamwork as we prepare for the evening. Monday night went very well, and we pray lives were eternally affected. As we packed out of the conference, many people helped us carry things out to Uriah, which was a blessing!

Tuesday we headed up in the mountains for Show Low. It was a pretty drive; we went from seeing cactus to pine trees. Show Low is a mountainous community, and we were blessed by the families that came out for the conference.

Church at Show Low

(The church at Show Low.)

We’ll post later (with pictures) on our Grand Canyon visit this afternoon!

Joyfully His,
Sarah for the rest of the family

3 thoughts on “Fountain Hills and Show Low Report”

  1. Wow! So great to see how God continually works his best out for you all! We’re still praying for you:-)

  2. I love keeping up with your travels. I prayed for you today. Enjoy the Grand Canyon. Our family visited Pheonix this past summer and traveled basically the same route you are on now up to the Grand Canyon. It is an amazing part of God’s handiwork! You chose a much better time of year, though. We were in Pheonix in July, and it was literally 113 degrees the day we stepped off the plane!!! Even though we live in FL that was too much! 🙂 Thankfully, it got much cooler as we traveled up to the Grand Canyon.

    Your ministry is such a blessing to our family and so many others. Thank you for what you do.

  3. It is such a joy reading your blog. Thank you for taking the time to type it all out and include pictures. It is an honor to pray for your precious family.

    Praising Him,
    Kim (TN)

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