Stop #5: Simpsonville, South Carolina

Our Sunday went very well. It was exciting to be apart of this church’s Homecoming Day as they celebrated 15 years as a church body. That morning Dad asked us if we could do a special at church with Jesse joining in with the keyboard. It was Jesse’s first time playing the keyboard on the road, and it was exciting to hear what a great job he did! The Lord so blessed since it was a last minute decision, but with His grace we had a little practice time, and it all came together smoothly.

The morning started out with Sunday School. Dad spoke to the men, Mom to the ladies, and Joseph to the young people. Following that, was the morning church service. Dad preached the message, and I never tire of hearing him preach! He always does a fantastic job and is so convicting.

After the morning service, there was a delicious fellowship meal. The afternoon service entailed our family’s music and then Dad preached another outstanding message. Also, a special thanks to Isaac for taking pictures during music!


“Now he that ministereth seed to the sower both minister bread for your food, and multiply your seed sown, and increase the fruits of your righteousness;) Being enriched in every thing to all bountifulness, which causeth through us thanksgiving to God.”
2 Corinthians 9:10-11

3 thoughts on “Stop #5: Simpsonville, South Carolina”

  1. Hi Maxwells,

    Ladies, in your first picture- wearing lovely brown tops with clips on the arms (and some others posts) i have really admired your tops and they way they look. Do you have a sewing section on your site with your pattern as i know some of you sew and i would like to start. I also started noticing some of your skirts as they look as if they are cool and flowy (it’s comming up to summer in Australia.)As i have never sewed what sewing machine do you use? Thanks I’m enjoying your posts and your ministry.
    The tops are from Kohl’s and the skirts from Coldwater Creek. The ladies are buying more of their clothes lately when they can find them on sale or they find good deals in thrift stores. Mary’s sewing machine is a Janome, but we’re not sure what model.

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