After vehicles were rented, most of the family went for a W-M trip late morning, and bags were purchased. Within an hour of the arrival back at the bus, we were loaded out and on our way.
So, now, we will be staying until Friday at “the river house.” We had originally planned to stay there for a few days, based upon a gracious family’s offer. When the bus needed a new transmission, we thought it wasn’t going to work out. But, with how long it’s going to take to get the bus fixed, it ended up being perfect, because now we have housing for a few nights.
We are looking forward to the weekend conference in Orlando (Kissimmee) Friday night and Saturday.
Thank you all for praying. We would be grateful for your continued prayers.
“For we stretch not ourselves beyond our measure, as though we reached not unto you: for we are come as far as to you also in preaching the gospel of Christ” (2 Corinthians 10:14).
10 thoughts on “We’re Off Again”
Wow…what an ordeal! I love all your smiling faces and trust in the Lord, even in the midst of what could be a very stressful/frustrating situation! 🙂 Praying for you as you walk through this and go with a new Plan b. lol
Love the picture of the dresses!
I’m glad you’re on your way again.
I hope you can relax and enjoy your time at the river house. 🙂
I so appreciate your example of “being content in all circumstances”. I am sure your light is shining brightly as you calmly handle what must be a frustrating experience. Thanks for reminding us that when Jesus is in control, we can just go about life letting Him lead the way – no need to worry.
Praying! By the way, we started Sweet Journey tonight! I’m excited! Thank you!!!!
God bless! Rebecca K.
You are in our thoughts and Prayers!
Hope you had a nice evening.
Praying for you all! Rejoicing with Christopher and Anna Marie’s baby news:-) My oldest is in today having #4–a boy, Aaron. Can’t wait to meet the little guy–just love babies!
Praying for your family, its awesome to see how the Lord works in your life, we were planning on going to see you in Savannah, but we cant make it, as some issues arose with our non-christian tenants. May God keep you safe the rest of your journey.
We like the way you guys look at difficulties as an adventure and being excited about how God will work out the details. We are continuing to pray for you all during this time!
Blessings, The E Family
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