We’re on the road. Preparing for trips is quite an adventure. I don’t know how one person could possibly prepare for everything by themselves, unless they began weeks ahead of time.
Anna Marie blessed us by ironing mounds (or mountains?) of clothes–thank you so much! Last night, Nathan, Melanie, Christopher, and Anna Marie provided us with a delicious chili dinner. What a treat it was!
We’re not sure how far we’re driving tonight–that’s a side benefit to bus-life is not needing hotel reservations (unless one has mechanical issues). Lord willing, we’ll be in Longview by 2 p.m. tomorrow for set up. We’re excited about the new “Making a Christ-Like-Living in a Dog-Eat-Dog World” round table discussion. It’ll be our first session Friday evening, followed by our concert and Be Inspired! session.
We are so grateful for your prayers as we embark on this trip.
Rejoicing in Jesus,
“Making request, if by any means now at length
I might have a prosperous journey by the will of God to come unto you.”
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This is a short trip for you all. The Lord must have more plans for you at home than on the road. I’ll be praying and watching each day for updates.
Praying for you all!
I’m loving all the baby photos! Christina is so cute in her purple plaid and Joshua all padded up for the cold. You have a lot of snow! Safe travels to you!
I see in your pictures that you have snow. Here in Arizona we have already started pulling our summer clothes out of the closet. Don’t be surprised when you get here if you see Arizona people wearing jackets, shorts and sandals all at the same time. See you soon
Just saw on our home school board that you will be stopping in Scottsdale this trip. We moved here this year from Florida. We met you there years ago. Hoping to make it to your sessions. Safe travels and God bless.
We have been praying for your family and for open hearts.
Through your ministry the Lord led us to have family Bible time. Saturday was the 4 year anniversary of us having family Bible time! Thank you Lord! May hearts be open to the working of the Lord.
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