Jul
10
2019

WEDNESDAY, 7/10/19

“Thy word have I hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against thee.” (Psalm 119:11)

Matt Everett called me yesterday shortly after noon to share that his father has passed from this life.  Pray for Matt’s mother and the family as they walk through this valley.  Arrangements pending.

Regular schedule on our campus this morning and evening.

I failed to mention yesterday that Randall Broome and my wife, Lisa, both eulogized their cousin, Angela, at the service on Tuesday.  They both did an excellent job.  Randall also hit it out of the park with his singing with Rita joining him on one song.

Have I mentioned that folks interested in taking part in our June 2020 GRACE Ministries trip need to sign up yesterday?  Do not say “I did not know” when it is completely filled and you find yourself on the outside looking in.

Deidra is meeting/interviewing parents of prospective students for the school in Guatemala.  Those interviews are taking place from 10:00AM until 6:00PM every day from yesterday until this Sunday.  We need parents to understand the importance of education for their children.  Pray that they will take this to heart and that their children will help change their country for the better.

We got rain on the hill yesterday – hooray!  While it was nothing measurable it was rain and it was so nice.  I am much like my friend, Pastor Jack Bailey, in that I love the rain.  If the forecasters are correct, we could be seeing rain for the next several days.  It appears that the “storm” will become a reality at some point today or tomorrow.  If so, that could greatly enhance our rainfall totals.  Kendall Falana’s side job is weather forecaster and he basically never gets it wrong so count on the storm becoming a reality.

The college football season is just around the corner.  I am ready.

I pray that you will have a great Wednesday with Jesus.

 

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