We left Roanoke at 2:30 p.m., and we’re going to drive through the night to reach home (total of about 16 hours). Our hearts are full of what the Lord Jesus has done. Truly, He has a plan and a purpose for every single conference. It is amazing to stand back and see Him at work. We still need to share reports on Waynesburg and Roanoke. I look forward to doing that later.
Love in Jesus,
“Some trust in chariots, and some in horses:
but we will remember the name of the LORD our God.”
We left the Pittsburgh area this morning about 11. The drive included curvy roads and lots of traffic. We’re grateful for the Lord’s protection! The autumn colors intensified as we went through eastern Pennsylvania, and the brilliant hues were a treat to see. After the colors faded to green, the rolling Shenandoah hills graced the landscape. We pulled into the Roanoke area a little after 7 pm.
After we parked at the church and were situated, our dear friends surprised us with a visit. They saw our bus and stopped in. We were thrilled to spend a little time fellowshipping.
We look forward to what the Lord will do this weekend. This is our only Virginia stop on this trip, so if you’ve been thinking about coming to a conference, we encourage you to take advantage of it.
“What shall I render unto the LORD
for all his benefits toward me?”
Good morning! It’s a pretty October morning, and the delicious aroma of coffee is in the bus. I want to share with you about last weekend’s conference in Louisville.
We arrived a little later than planned due to some unforeseen circumstances, but set up went quickly. We’re thankful for the great help people gave us. The business session went smoothly, and the interaction and questions were wonderful. After that, people moved into the sanctuary for music and Be Inspired!
Saturday morning, sessions went smoothly. There were a number of families this weekend who had driven several hours to attend, and one had stopped in on their way back from vacation. We greatly appreciate every family’s investment of time!
Individual situations and needs are different, and it is a blessing to listen and then encourage others in the Lord Jesus. I also love when someone shares with us that they’ve been inspired by what has been shared. We met several blog followers, and they are a great encouragement to us as we talk.
This week, we were just able to get through all our panel questions, and it seems to be a great way to finish off the weekend.
We’re on to Pennsylvania for the conference there tonight!
“Seek the LORD and his strength,
seek his face continually.”
1 Chronicles 16:11