Itâ€™s a quiet day, and the sun is trying to peek through the clouds. I can hear the rushing of a nearby creek, and the family is scattered around the house and surrounding areas. A house? Yes, a family graciously loaned us the use of their house for three nights here in Georgia. It was wonderful to sit around a table together last night and spread out in the living room for family Bible time.
Weâ€™ve had quite a few rainy days over the last week. Monday was no exception, with rain lightly falling throughout much of the day. A large crowd showed up for that nightâ€™s conference, and weâ€™re grateful to Holly for all the work she did in publicity.
The coordinator provided a dinner of eastern North Carolina BBQ for us, and we enjoyed the different style of BBQ from the Kansas City style. Eastern BBQ has a slight vinegar taste, and Kansas City BBQ is sweet nâ€™ tangy.
Hearts again seemed open to the message that was shared, and we pray the Lord Jesus will bring lasting fruit in the generations to come.
Weâ€™re now in an unofficial countdown until we start the journey home. Tonight, weâ€™ll be doing a gospel bluegrass concert here in Carrollton, Georgia, and tomorrow night, weâ€™ll be doing our normal, evening homeschool conference at the same church. Then, our last weekend conference will be in Columbus, Georgia. We plan to drive several hours Saturday night to get a head-start on Sundayâ€™s long drive home.
Thank you for all your prayers! —- Sarah
â€œCommit thy works unto the LORD, and thy thoughts shall be establishedâ€ (Proverbs 16:3).