Oklahoma’s Conference

Last Tuesday was the final conference of the trip. The family had mixed feelings as the evening approached. We love to travel, meet people, be an encouragement, and be encouraged, but at the same time, it’s always good to get home and see the family.

The M’s, good friends of ours, hosted the conference. They did an incredible job! We met a bunch of great Oklahoman’s! Not to mention one family who drove seven hours from Texas! Folks’ hearts were tender and soaked in the message.

We heard the most touching story we’ve heard in a long time from one man. Fourteen years ago to the day, his house burned down. He lost not just his earthly material but also his precious wife and five daughters. He shared with us how the Lord has given him so much peace through the pain. He was a beautiful example of Christ’s love. It reminds us that we know nothing of hardship!

It was a perfect conference to wind up one more incredible, exciting conference trip! Thank you to each one who made the effort to come and giving us the chance to meet you.



A sweet family who has attended several conferences in the past.DSC_2939DSC_2943

“Now therefore, our God, we thank thee, and praise thy glorious name. But who am I, and what is my people, that we should be able to offer so willingly after this sort?…”
1 Chronicles 29:13-14

5 thoughts on “Oklahoma’s Conference”

  1. From your sharing, it does sound like the Lord blessed this trip mightily especially with Joseph’s beautiful wedding at the beginning. We have definitely been blessed through your blog and enjoyed talking with you and learning from you all in GA.

    I (Sarah) really, really enjoyed talking with you all. You blessed me so much!

  2. Thank you for sharing the conference reports! We love hearing about what God is doing. May He bless you abundantly for your faithful ministry!

    Thank you for your sweet comment. Y’all are a blessing to us too!

  3. Thank you for coming to Okc. We loved having you here!
    Thank you for coming. We thought it was a great conference.

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