Here we are! December 31, 2011! Wow! Time flies whether you are having fun or not! But we are definitely having fun most of the time!
A year ago we were at Zoar Holiness Church near Elba, Alabama with Pastor Jon Isaacs and his family. Today we are in Wynnewood, Oklahoma. We have covered some miles in the last year, been in some tremendous services, watched as folks lives were changed by the gospel and we have received much help from the Lord. It has been a wonderful crazy year and we are thankful for it.
We plan to start 2012 off by making our way to Blair, Oklahoma about 150 miles from here and beginning revival tomorrow night. The air leak is not resolved but I have made the decision to press on and try to either get it fixed there or take it to Prevost in Ft. Worth in the next week or so.
We are looking forward to revival with Bro. Billy Ray Hudson and his church. We have been there once before for one service but we have never preached revival there. We are asking God to meet us in each and every service. God certainly knows what people need and he knows how to meet those needs. Please pray that God will use us to minister to His people.
We spent the day with the Landress family. I helped Bro. Larry on a project that he has going and enjoyed visiting with him. He helped me so much yesterday on several projects and I can't even begin to repay him. Bro. Larry and his family have been our friends for many years and they mean so much to us. They have helped us and encouraged us in more situations than I can count. I am very thankful that God brought them into our lives. We have shared several meals with them and their children and grandchildren the last few days and we have enjoyed it so much.
May God bless you all with a great start to 2012!
Here are the pictures I promised last night.
This is a picture of the lines that were/are broken. The small oil line in the foreground is fixed with a coupling and the big air line has the yellow patch material and the clamp around it. We are not sure that the temporary patch can take the heat but it is holding for now and has definitely slowed down the air escaping.
Here is the finished battery installation.