Saturday, February 28, 2015

Wheelchair Surfing...Again

Hey friends!  It is Odie here today, I am glad to be back to do another Saturday post. Thanks to all of you that have let me know you have enjoyed my cruise pictures in Tuesday's post

We have had an excellent week here with Pastor Kenny Morris in Ellisville, Mississippi. I am always sad when it comes time to tell my friends at First Assembly bye!  I really do love traveling, but leaving family is hard.  When we leave First Assembly it is like leaving family! It is like that a lot of places we go.

Once again God showed up in every service of revival. It is so refreshing to feel the sweet presence of God. I am still anticipating many answered prayers to come from this week. 

We are looking forward to this coming week. We have five services scheduled with our friends at White Plains Holiness Assembly. It is fun the be with all of the crew near Conehatta, Mississippi. 

I decided to include the LINK to one of my favorite blog post from March 2013. I laugh every time I think of this fun day. The video will not show up on an iPhone or iPad. 

Fast forward 2 years to present day. Tuesday night of this week Bro. Scott Morris decide to do some wheelchair surfing. This time he took me with him. It is awesome to have fun with friends!

There are only a few people I would trust to drive my chair while I am still on board. I recommend most of you DO NOT try to take me for a ride. I reserve the right to run over you. LOL  You nor I will not be laughing when I run over you. 

Have a great weekend!



  1. Wow. I can only imagine Lol I have a hand-controlled bike and I gave a little kid a ride one time. Well he got a hold of the accelerator and it was full speed ahead!!! Lol I understand how you must feel. lol

    Your wheelchair friend (evan)

    1. Evan, you do know. You're bike sounds cool. Kids are so fun. See you at PFYC?

  2. Yes Ma'am! We'll be there. Looking forward to going!


  3. I'm glad I'm one of those few :)


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