On Monday morning we headed north from Greensboro. Our drive went well–nothing eventful–and we pulled up to our next conference in Midlothian, Virginia, mid-afternoon.
Our set up routine is going great, and it’s a blessing to pull together as a team.
The whole evening was wonderful. People were eager and interested in what we shared, and it’s such a delight to talk with them.
One thing I’ve been struck by on this trip is how some families have difficult circumstances, and when I say difficult, I mean difficult. I’m referring to families who have a member with serious, life-threatening health issues. Life isn’t “normal” or “easy.” Yet, as those families have exuded a gracious, sweet, trusting spirit, it has overwhelmed me. God is good. God is good regardless of whether one’s family is in health or their circumstances are perfect. God is good–and our hope is to be in the Lord Jesus. How grateful I am that He saved me from hell!
Thank you for praying for us as we journey. We’re covering a lot of miles.
“How excellent is thy lovingkindness, O God!
therefore the children of men put their
trust under the shadow of thy wings.”