We have been at Junction Hill Pentecostal Church in revival this week. The church is a few miles outside of West Plains, Missouri and Bro. Dwain Galiher is the Pastor. Bro. Galiher has had a deep impact on our family through the years so we are honored to be here ministering in his church. The folks have received us with open arms as they always do and we are having a great time. We have sung, shouted, preached, prayed, ate, had fellowship and laughed a lot. Sounds like a week in West Plains to me.
It is hard to believe the week is almost over and it is Friday already. Wow! Time really does fly when you're having fun! We are hooked up and loaded up since we have a long day of travel tomorrow. We will probably crank up before daylight tomorrow and hit the road as early as possible. We hate to leave the Galiher's and their church but we will be among friends in Alabama and Mississippi the next two weeks. I have a sneaking suspicion we will be meeting some new friends along the way.
Thanks for coming along for the ride. You never know what we might find around the next corner. Enjoy the pictures from Junction Hill below.
We still haven't decided on a name for our 2000 GMC Yukon Denali so read our last post HERE and chime in.
Update Friday Night: Added a few more pictures
Bro A. E. in my suit coat.
Br. A. E. and Kelly Jo share a birthday. Both were born on July 3rd, 37 years apart.
Sis. Galiher is a tremendous cook! This particular day she fed the Bogglioni's very well!
This is Hank the Tank or Hank the church dog or as we called him in January, 2010 when we were here, Hank Snow. He does sing pretty good too! Or at least he sings pretty often. He loves to lay under something and sleep or lay out in the open to sleep and he really loves a good belly rub! Meet Hank the Tank!
Friday, September 23, 2011
Junction Hill Pentecostal Church
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Church going dogs are the best kind...LOLReplyDelete
Does this mean Jack can start coming too????
Miss you all so much!!!
Love Deidre (your favorite blonde hair, blue-eyed niece)
Please note: This commenter is not directly responsible for the above... Yes, I carry the genes but sincerely beleived them to be recessive, or at least inclined to skip a generation. That said, she IS very sweet.ReplyDelete
Hey!....I know those people! (and Hank!)ReplyDelete
Hank is awesome! I'm gonna miss him and that's saying a lot for me. Gonna miss you too, Bro. Ray!ReplyDelete
I know this is late, but I wanted to take some time to tell you how very much I enjoyed having your family at JHPC!! You are always a blessing to us and every message you preached at the revival was directed straight to me!! I was so convicted and challenged by every message you gave. Keep on preaching it straight!! You guys are such a blessing to me. Say hi to the folks at Desert Cove for me. It is actually where I come from and my home church. God bless!!ReplyDelete