Friday, September 26, 2008
Our daughter Sarah has been having headaches lately and has been blacking out at times. We took her to the doctor on Wed. which led to her needing to take tests today at the hospital. When we finally got the results back, the doctor said she is "normal". Because her salt intake is a little low he prescribed a bag of chips a day. Well, she can handle that. I'm sure she will also want a Dr. Pepper to wash it down. LOL
We do thank all of you for praying for her. We appreciate it very much.
Saturday, September 13, 2008
Wednesday night, September 9th, we were at Lakeview Baptist Church in Tupelo, Mississippi. The pastor is Bro. Robert Garland. The church has a very comfortable missions house beside the church. We were able to stay there all week while we attended a missions conference at Lighthouse Baptist in Fulton. Services were very nice at Lakeview. Everyone asked lots of questions. The church has a school, so during the afternoons our children visited with some of the children from the school. It was a very relaxing place to stay. Wednesday night after service we visited with the pastor and his family over a meal. Wonderful Fellowship.
Thursday, September 11, 2008
Wednesday night, September 3rd, we were at Grace of Calvary Baptist Church in Erie, Pennsylvania. The pastor is Bro. George Alquist Jr. It was an encouragement to see their heart for souls and their desire to get the gospel out. Bro. George Alquist Jr. started the church 25 years ago. God has blessed in mighty ways.
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Bro. Roger and Mrs. Pat Hains
August 31 we were at Grace Bible Independent Baptist Church in Shinglehouse, Pennsylvania.
The pastor is Bro. Roger Hains. We were there all day. Chad preached both services and I had the opportunity to share in the ladies Sunday School class. We have known Bro. Hains and his wife Pat for a few years as we worked with Missionary Training School. What a blessing to spend time with them at their beautiful hometown. Shinglehouse is a very beautiful and peaceful place. We had good services and enjoyed meeting these wonderful people. It was Rachel's 13th birthday. Bro. Hains and Mrs. Pat had us for dinner at their house.
While in Shinglehouse we attended their annual Corn Roast, and spent Labor Day with the Hains. What a treat. Northerns have fun just like us in the South.
Wednesday, September 3, 2008
August 24, Sunday morning, we were at Cornerstone Baptist Church in Logan, Ohio. The pastor is Bro. Tom Walz. They have such a beautiful building.
Chad taught Sunday School in the adult class and then preached in the morning worship hour. We enjoyed lunch with the pastor and his family after services in the fellowship hall.
This is the place we stayed Saturday night in Logan, Ohio. Bro. Mick and Teresa . They gracious allowed us to stay in their log cabin. It is beautiful. This fall they will be opening the cabin up to the public as a bed and breakfast. It is a very peaceful place to stay.