We’re excited as the Tucson Christ-Led Family conference is almost upon us. We would be very grateful for your prayers this weekend, since we are giving many new sessions. It’s also exciting as the youngest five Maxwells (now ages 13-20!), will be giving several sessions. Tonight will be an hour and a half of music and testimony, and then we’ll have a very full day tomorrow.
The weather is stunningly beautiful, and the rugged mountains surrounding the city, add another reminder of God’s creation.
Mom loves the catcus, and there’s plenty around here!
The Lord has so blessed, and we continue to look forward to His working on this trip.
“Now unto him that is able to keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy” (Jude 1:23-24).
4 thoughts on “Prayer for this weekend”
Oh, Mrs. Maxwell, you love cactus…you really MUST come visit us 🙂
Praying for you all.
Enjoy the warm weather you are finding in the desert. I love to visit my sister Las Vegas as the weather is always beautiful, even at 112 degrees I love it. How exciting that everyone is involved in leading the workshops now. Prayers for tender hearts to hear and take with them what they learn this weekend. Prayers too for safe travels.
Blessings, Mrs. Mari
That cactus in your photo is in front of the building where my husband works! Welcome to Tucson again, Steve, Teri, Christopher, Sarah, Joseph, John, Anna, Jessie, and Mary! We are so happy each of you has made this trip and are looking forward to what God has for all of us here. I’m praying for our time together!
Teri…that’s really sweet of you to say you like cactus. I hope and pray you feel abundantly welcome here!
—– That’s amazing, Mrs. Jill! How neat! We look forward to seeing ya’ll very soon. Thanks for the welcome! 🙂 Sarah
Wonderful conference! So glad you could visit us all in Tucson again. I couldn’t believe it when Mary told me it was her first time presenting, you all did such a good job!
Jordan, it was a blessing to see you all again, too! Sarah
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