In Kentucky


It has been beautiful day here in the state of Kentucky. We pulled in early yesterday afternoon. Our time of fellowship with dear sisters and brothers in Christ has been precious. Projects we’ve done include: catching up on laundry, ironing, washing the bus, getting the October Corners sent, and enjoying time with friends.

We head to Tennessee tomorrow. Still on our way to Louisiana.

Rejoicing in Jesus,

I met Tiffany at a conference four years ago, and she has been such an encouragement to me in the Lord Jesus.

“My lips shall greatly rejoice when I sing unto thee;
and my soul, which thou hast redeemed.”
Psalms 71:23 

Stop #7: Pittsburgh Area, PA

Our seventh stop, and fourth weekend conference in a row, is complete. It’s amazing how time flies. Today is Day #19 of our 43 day trip.

Friday, Anna made us a new chicken recipe for lunch, which we all enjoyed. Then, at 2, we began the set up process. Things went smoothly, and we also had great help.

It was again a joy to share with families through music and sessions. We met several blog readers (hi!) and some who had been to previous conferences. Our hearts are encouraged as we talk to people and see how the Lord Jesus is working in their lives. The day went quickly, and it felt much shorter than normal since we shaved 15 minutes from the lunch break and didn’t have a panel discussion due to needing to be out of the facility at an earlier time than normal.

We are grateful for these families who are willing to take a weekend of their time to come to a conference. In addition, some drove a distance to come, which is even more of a sacrifice. We enjoyed our time with each of you!

The coordinator was again a blessing; she had put much time and effort into this conference. In addition, she had help from another lady. Thank you all!

Friday night the L. family brought dinner to us, and Saturday they took us to out to eat. Thank you, L. family!

Rejoicing in Jesus,

“Be patient therefore, brethren, unto the coming of the Lord. Behold, the husbandman waiteth for the precious fruit of the earth, and hath long patience for it, until he receive the early and latter rain.”
James 5:7