Showing posts from January, 2007
The trip to Santa Barbara went very well. The people there were wonderful and the weather was beautiful. I would like to ask that you join Dawn and I as we take Mondays to pray and fast for God's direction in our lives. There are difficult emotions when it comes to moving so far away from family; however, there just have not been any Texas churches answering our resumes. It is a little frustrating and aggravating. This week however we are privileged to attend the Sunset Workshop.This is exciting as we are able to visit with family, Gary & Robin Blakeney, friends Ken Wilson, and others and are able to meet new people who are attending.

Looks like I made it...

Well a week later, I am finally in Santa Barbara. last weekend we were stranded in Lubbock because of ice, but this week the snow held off long enough to let me make my flight. I have arrived here in Santa Barbara, and have an 8am breakfast with the aElders and then I have a few hours of free time. I ask that all of you would pray for me and for my bride and my children in our time apart from each other. Look Up, that is where the story started.

Yeah I'm a travelin man

Asking prayers as I fly to Santa Barbara, Ca. to interview for the pulpit position there. We are in the beginning stages of the new term, and I am trying to juggle the schedule and the interview.

In the year 2007

No Resolutions! That is my one resolution this year. Snap! Already broken. Actually, I hope to become a more consistent blogger on this space. I would like to take this opportnity to any readers that are still checking in to all of you a happy New year, and more importantly that each of you would relish in the glory of God and a new understanding of His purpose in your life.