If Only You Knew…

What a JOY our little fellowship of believers is ๐Ÿ™‚ . I took some pictures last week (and one picture is from the week before), and I thought we’d share them with ya’ll.

Joseph and Jesse are our faithful sound guys. Sound is very important to the elderly being able to hear :-) . Joseph and Jesse set up each week and then tear down afterwards.
Joseph and Jesse are our faithful sound guys. Sound is very important to the elderly being able to hear ๐Ÿ™‚ . Joseph and Jesse set up each week and then tear down afterwards.
We all love to chat with the elderly before and after the service. Here is John talking with one lady who is a faithful attendee!
We all love to chat with the elderly before and after the service. Here is John talking with one lady who is a faithful attendee!
See the look on his face?! Well, he was talking to Miss Abigail, who delights, to no end, the hearts of those there. He has faithfully prayed for Abigail!
See the look on his face?! Well, he was talking to Miss Abigail, who delights--to no end--the hearts of those there. He has faithfully prayed for Abigail!
Abigail gives a grin to the man pictured right before this. Often, we children will sing a hymn as a special music, and if Abigail is up there, the elderly dont care how we sound. She steals the show.
Abigail gives a grin to the man pictured right before this. Often, we children will sing a hymn as a special music, and if Abigail is up there, the elderly don't care how we sound. She steals the "show."
This man loves our Lord Jesus, and he was a preacher for many years.
This man loves our Lord Jesus, and he was a preacher for many years.
Joseph packing away the sound system.
Joseph packing away the sound system.
Jesse :-)
Jesse ๐Ÿ™‚
Mary and Anna with another sweet friend
Mary and Anna with another sweet friend

Sarah for the family

“Oh that men would praise the LORD for his goodness, and for his wonderful works to the children of men! For he satisfieth the longing soul, and filleth the hungry soul with goodness” (Psalms 107:7-9).

6 thoughts on “If Only You Knew…”

  1. I may not know, but I can imagine. A friend of mine and I went to a nursing home this afternoon and though we’d never been there before we made instant friends with several of the sweet people there. We sang hymn after hymn and shared Bible verses with each other. Such a special time.

  2. Dear Maxwells,
    How wonderful it is that you visit these dear people. Our elderly deserve our love, respect, and attention. Thank you, especially, for bringing children in to visit–nothing lights up our seniors like visits from young ones. Our children need to see older people treated like the treasures they are.
    Bless each and every one of you!
    Karen

  3. I love the idea of how you click on the jpeg and the image is much bigger.

    I love the pictures you share of your fellowship. Giving me a good idea. Thanks for sharing.

  4. What a wonderful ministry you provide to the nursing home residents, thanks for posting pictures. I really enjoy reading your blog, thanks for sharing your stories with us.

  5. These are some nice pictures which reminds the memory of some of our elderly members and I appreciate the effort that you people have taken it to publish these pictures. Thanks for sharing.

    Karen W.

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