In the Sunny, Warm South

A true sign we’re in the south: we saw our first lizard on this trip.

Set up for the conference went well last night: each of us pitching in with our normal responsibilities. One neat thing on these trips is that occasionally a family we haven’t seen for a long time will surprise us and show up at a conference. Last night, a family we haven’t seen in 5 years came! What a delight to be able to fellowship for a little while.

Before the conference, the coordinator and several other ladies provided a meal for us. We’re asking for a few of the recipes, so it’ll make A Taste Away from Home for sure!

We’re looking forward to our third weekend conference (out of five) this weekend in Waynesboro, Georgia. Please be in prayer that the Lord Jesus will work in all of our hearts.

Sarah

Several of the ladies who made dinner
Several of the ladies who made dinner
These children enjoy the Moody books, and their family also follows the blog. They drove an hour and a half to come last night.
These children enjoy the Moody books, and their family also follows the blog. They drove an hour and a half to come last night.
Book tables
Book tables
Mary and one of the daughters in the family we hadnt seen for 5 years
Mary and one of the daughters in the family we hadn't seen for 5 years.
Mom and the mom of the other family
Mom and the mom of the other family

“For your fellowship in the gospel from the first day until now” (Philippians 1:5).

2 thoughts on “In the Sunny, Warm South”

  1. I was reading your blog yesterday, and woke up this morning wondering what Mrs. Maxwell was making in that picture?! She had a plastic bag on the counter, a bowl, and she was measuring water. We like to camp in our camper, and I’m always looking for things that work well to cook in our little camper kitchen – for our family of eight. Cooking for a large family in a little space can be a challenge, can’t it?!!! ūüôā
    >>>>>>>>>>>>
    Ramen, it is actually a favorite of the children.

    Steve

  2. what a double blessing you had here with southern cooking and the joy of seeing friends you hadn’t seen in quite some time. of course, your entire trip is a blessing to everyone you come in contact with.

    keeping you in our prayers for safe travels for you and all those traveling to hear you and learn from you.

    blessings, mrs. mari

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