Our July Schedule June 25, 2019

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Thank you for continuing to pray with us for souls and the revival of God’s people. We covet your prayers as we approach the heart of the summer!

Monday-Tuesday, July 1-2 – 25th Annual Jubilee, Capitol Baptist Church, Dover, DE, Pastor Terri Moore

Wednesday-Friday, July 3-5 – America’s Christian Youth Congress, Temple Baptist Church, Powell, TN, Pastor Clarence Sexton

Sunday, July 7 – Morning and Evening Services, Stedfast Baptist Church, Groton, CT, Pastor Bill Beck

Thursday, July 11-Sunday, July 21 – Preaching in Sydney, Australia

Our family will be ministering for several days next month in Sydney, Australia at the True North Summit. This is a special conference designed to enlist and equip young adults for the cause of Christ. We will also have the joy of being at the Southland Baptist Church and the Faith Baptist Church in Regents Park on the Lord’s days. Please help us pray for God’s enabling and for His work in that part of the world. If you would like to make a tax-deductible gift toward this ministry trip you may do so here. Tammy and I are thrilled that our children get to make the trip with us and be part of this work. We truly want our family to be a blessing to God’s people in that needy nation.

Monday-Wednesday, July 22-24 – Teen Camp, Southland Christian Camp, Ringgold, LA, Director Mike Herbster

Sunday-Wednesday, July 28-31, Revival, Victory Baptist Church, Bristol, VA, Pastor Austin Cook

May God bless each of you as you seek to labor for souls where you are!


For more information on these and other meetings please visit enjoyingthejourney.org/itinerary or contact the host church for additional details.

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  1. Susie Hall on June 25, 2019 at 12:09 PM

    Praying for you always. I still can not see a lighthouse that I don’t think of you. Blessing to you, Tammy and children.

    • Scott Pauley on June 27, 2019 at 4:39 PM

      So appreciate your prayers. Thank you for being a faithful friend to our family.

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