Sunday, November 17, 2013

Travel Day, Church and Storms

We left the Walmart Sunday morning and headed north toward Hokes Bluff, Alabama.

We arrived at Trinity Holiness Church near Hokes Bluff about 1:30 and by 2:30 we were parked and setting up. We will be doing the special singing for their meeting here starting Wednesday but we are preaching about 25 minutes away until then.

By the time we were set up it was time to get ready for church. Church started Sunday night at 5:30. We made it in plenty of time and had a great service with our friends. Although we have known most of the people at Liberty Holiness Church in Glencoe, Alabama for several years this is our first visit with them. 

We have known Pastor David Noe and his wife Sis. Karen since we first got acquainted with the Bond, Kentucky church over 25 years ago. They pastored in Danville, Kentucky for several years and have been here for nearly two years I believe. It is great to be with them for a few nights.

We will be at Liberty Monday and Tuesday and then we will get to see most of these folks at Trinity's meeting later in the week as well. It should be a great week.

Some of our friends were directly affected by the storms that blew through the mid-west Sunday afternoon. You may remember that we set up the tent for revival the week of July 4th in Washington, Illinois. Pastor Nathaniel Green invited us to Washington and it was a blessing to be with them in tent revival.

This morning while they were in church a tornado struck Washington and actually hit their church. Thankfully nobody was severely hurt inside the church although their church building does have heavy damage. There were reports of casualties elsewhere in Washington.

These pictures were sent to us from Bro. Green and others at the church. You can see the roof is gone off the back of the church where the evangelist quarters was.

This is an aerial photo of Washington from the internet.

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And here are a few pictures with the church in the background during tent revival in July.

Please pray for all those affected by the storms. God bless you all.


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