Monday, November 28, 2011

Sunday at Anchor of Hope

Sunday we were at Anchor of Hope near Lebanon, Ohio. Pastor Bill Lamb and his congregation have been very kind to us though the years. I have actually known them all of my life. Bro. Lamb and his family were a big part of the church I grew up in at Dodds until he became Pastor of this church nearly 37 years ago. I grew up around their older boys and still consider them all good friends. It is always a privilege to be with them again.

Both services were very good with folks around the front receiving help from the Lord. It was especially good Sunday night and I believe God changed some situations. I know people are struggling right now and the weight of the bad economy makes it even worse but I sense folks are able to believe that God is going to help. If we can believe that God is able then all things are possible. It may be impossible with men but nothing is too hard for our God.

The weather has turned a little cooler and it is raining a whole big bunch here in Ohio but it could be much worse. It could be bitterly cold this time of year and that would turn all of this rain into snow. I will gladly take the rain and day time temps in the 50s. Oops, I just checked the weather on my phone and now they are predicting 40s. But at least I'm not shoveling snow yet. Praise God for the small things...right?

God Bless you all!


The BoggsMobile at Anchor of Hope

Anthony Abner sang  a lot at Dodds Church while I was growing up. I always wanted to sing like him. He and his dad, Reuben, were outstanding singing together. Bro. Anthony sang Sunday night! Wow! That guy can still sing!

They dedicated several children on Sunday morning. We ended up being related to at least two of them!

Davy and Pastor Bill Lamb

Bro. E.J. Lamb - Youth/Assistant Pastor


  1. Hey bro. Davy, Thanks for joining us in service Sunday, what a blessing it was to be in the presence of the Lord! Sorry that Karen ruined your
    We love you all and hope to see you again soon!

  2. Derek,

    You are welcome. Thanks for taking time to comment. We sure enjoyed ourselves.

    Tell Sis. Karen it takes more than a chunk or two of pineapple to ruin my burrito! I eat for a living! Lol.



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