Tomorrow we leave for West Virginia, then on to Virginia, a stop in Kentucky and then home! It will be around 3,000 miles when it’s all said and done, and I sure would appreciate your prayers. I hope to keep in touch now that I have an iPhone, but I’ve never blogged on my phone before, so I may hate it. If I hate it, I won’t do it. I do plan to post to Instagram, if possible, and my blog’s Facebook page, even if I don’t blog here.

My husband will be preaching to a group of junior-highers at Camp Popeye this week. He will preach about 15 times, and we greatly desire your prayers. Only God can tap into a person’s mind and heart and change them, and that’s what we’re asking Him to do through the sermons this week. We also selfishly desire to have safety and good health on this trip. It’s a working-vacation, and we could really use a relaxing time. The stress of packing, loading, moving, unpacking, buying a home, finding new insurance, and navigating a new town has taken its toll on me and my man. But my husband loves his calling, and he is excited about preaching!

Thank you for being my friends, for reading, for praying, for commenting…for just being YOU!

With a grateful heart,

4 thoughts on “I’ll Keep in Touch. I Think.

  1. I hope you have a safe trip and that you get some relaxation time in along the way.


  2. Anonymous says:

    I am praying for all of you. I pray that God uses Terry to cause souls to be saved and lives changed. I am looking forward to seeing all of you.


  3. Thank you so much, Paula! I'm nervous about the long drive, that's for sure. 🙂


  4. Thanks, Mom! We are excited to see you all! Love you.


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