Stop #2: Tupelo, Mississippi

This morning, we were able to get several items accomplished. After personal Bible time, we exercised. Costco was on our agenda before leaving town, so several shopped, and we are happily restocked. On the way to the interstate, we stopped to fuel up with diesel. The drive was less than two hours to Tupelo, Mississippi, and except for rain, it was uneventful.

Jesse did an awesome job trucking book table items in with the rain. We haven’t had too many rainy conference days, but today was one of them. John was great help to Jesse.

There was an wonderful group that came out for the conference. The dads, moms, and young people were very attentive. One lady shared with me that she was grateful to have the affirmation of things they believe, because she has felt alone in it. We again had great conversations with each person we were able to talk to. Again, the coordinators were such a blessing. Thank you for all your work!

Thank you for continuing to pray for us. We are very grateful.

Good night,

I met Max, Mia, and their mom before the conference. For those who have read the Moody books, you’ll know why I’m partial to the name Max. And, this Max has enjoyed the Moodys.

“This is the day which the LORD hath made;
we will rejoice and be glad in it.”
Psalms 118:24 

4 thoughts on “Stop #2: Tupelo, Mississippi”

  1. Your conferences look like they are going so well! But we do *sigh* as we would so love to come to one!

  2. Hi Maxwell family!
    I enjoyed hearing Teri speak so much! It was so good to meet you (Teri) after reading your books for 13 years. Your books have shaped my homeschool and my homemaking…in such a positive way. I consider you a mentor, and I am so happy that I got to spend a few minutes talking to you.
    May God bless you and your work!

  3. I love the picture of all the guys standing by the door. To me that is such an encouragement. Seeing God reach the hearts of young men inspires hope for the future, as they are the leaders of tomorrow. Thank you for your willingness to minister not just to men or homeschool moms, but to whole families. God bless you all!

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