Ministry Update and Our November Itinerary November 3, 2016

In the last few days we have moved into our new home in West Virginia. Thank you for praying for our family during this season of transition. The beautiful changing leaves at this time of year are a reminder that the seasons of life are constantly changing. The Creator and Sustainer of life is at work. We are privileged to be part of His plan.

On the road as a family

On the road as a family

This time last year we were talking and praying as a family about the step of faith God had called on us to take. One year later I can testify that the Lord has been faithful. Tammy is doing a wonderful job of helping us get settled and the kids are doing so well. We are blessed to have friends across the country who have been great encouragers. God bless each of you.

We are having a truly God blessed meeting this week just outside our nation’s capitol. God is answering prayer and moving in the hearts of His people. Please continue to pray with us for the following meetings this month…

November 1-4 – Revival, Independent Baptist Church, Clinton, MD, Pastor Mike Creed

Sunday, November 6 – Sunday morning & evening, Lighthouse Baptist Church, Hagerstown, MD, Pastor Mark Chapman

Wednesday, November 9 – Wednesday evening, Greater Portland Baptist Church, Portland, OR, Pastor Rick Adams

Thursday, November 10-Saturday, November 12 – Youth Conference, Greater Portland Baptist Church, Portland, OR, Pastor Rick Adams

Sunday, November 13-Tuesday, November 15 – Conference on Soulwinning and Revival, Heritage Baptist Church, Barrie, Ontario, Canada, Pastor Brett Pennell

Sunday, November 20-Tuesday, November 22 – Missions Revival, Faith Baptist Church, Kannapolis, NC, Pastor James Pauley

Sunday, November 27-Wednesday, November 30 – Revival, Independent Missionary Baptist Church, Alum Creek, WV, Pastor Frank Chapman

Christ is building His church. Souls are being saved. My heart is encouraged to witness His work. Come join us for a meeting if you can.

(More detail on each meeting may be found at enjoyingthejourney.org/itinerary or by contacting the host church.)

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