Dec 17

December 17, 2008

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This is what it looked like driving home.  I guess God held off the weather just long enough for us to finish the walk.  We did make it home.  We stopped one night with Pastor Mike and Sharon Bannon in Vale, a stop with Pastor John Williams in Monticello UT and a night and breakfast with Pastor Jason Parnell in Carthage MO. The weather was miserable pretty much all the way, even in North Georgia there was rain so hard you could hardly see the end of the hood. We arrived at 1:30 am Wed. Morning.  Noah went to Waynesville Wed. afternoon and we took Matt to Wilmington on Friday.  We got to his house in time for him to meet his daughter at the bus stop.  You could hear her screaming “Daddy!” for a block.  Regina and I drove back up on Friday night and finally got home about 3:00 am Saturday morning.  I’m still exhausted but starting to remember where my bed is.  We have some plans to use the knowledge we gained on this journey to help folks who have come to a Crossroads in their lives and to encourage the church to “Arise, shine, for our light has come.”  There are so many who need the hope that only comes from Jesus and as the Lord said, “the harvest is ripe.”  Pray that the Lord will allow us to be full time laborors in his kingdom.  God bless you all and have a merry CHRISTmas!!!  Check in now and then, I’ll try to keep you updated.  My cell phone is 706-490-3481    home phone 706-746-3688.  Should God speak to your heart to help us in our ministry, checks can be made to:  Crossroads, PO Box 454, Otto NC  28763.  We still have a lot of gas to pay for.

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