Posted in Churches Posted in March 24, 2009
This week begins the first of several busy weeks with multiple speaking opportunities, and we are very thankful for all of those who are bringing us in to share our story. My dad and I got to speak at the Prestoncrest Church of Christ in Dallas this past Sunday night, and we had a blast. We saw many people who we knew from times past, and met many new faces. I think my favorite part of getting to speak is getting the chance to meet so many people after we finish. To hear of others’ struggles and triumphs is very encouraging.
I would usually post a picture of us speaking, but this one was way too cute to pass up. This is my daughter, Hannah, who just turned one year old. She was having tons of fun during sound check being up on the big stage with us!
Posted in Churches, Family/Parenting, General Posted in May 29, 2008
Over the past few months, Joni and I have felt the Lord’s calling to tell my story to any and all who will listen. In order to do that best, I have resigned my position as worship minister from Plymouth Park Church of Christ. We feel that this ministry is so important, we must pursue it at all costs…even giving up something we love. We’ll be back to Plymouth Park whenever we can, and whenever asked to come back as a guest worship leader. We love our Plymouth Park family, and thank them for the kindness they’ve shown to us during this transition.
We’ll be in Odessa, TX this weekend for my niece’s HS graduation and to give our “All He Needs” presentation on Sunday morning at the New Life Church. It will be a busy weekend as we’ll then head on to Lubbock to visit Joni’s family. We are excited about this weekend, and every opportunity the Lord gives us to tell our story!
Posted in Churches Posted in May 9, 2008
About a week and a half ago, my dad and I got a chance to present our story to the Saturn Road Church of Christ in Garland, TX. I had heard of this church and the rumor was that they are a “singing church.” I can completely confirm the rumor. I got a chance to lead the congregation in worship, and they truly sing with all of their hearts. I have never seen so many smiling faces during worship. Saturn Road is to be commended for their love of praise, and I would be glad to lead them in worship any time!
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