This has been another super great weekend! It started with sleeping in Friday morning after traveling late Thursday night. Most mornings my eyes open at daylight and that is the end of sleep but I was able to hang in there and get some rest Friday morning.
We had other chores to do Friday but we had one pressing task that had been put off for too long. With four City Reach Campaigns plus a revival and travel in quick succession, I had fallen behind on all of our paperwork. We started at noon and I gave up 13 hours later at 1:00 AM. I told you I had fallen behind.
Kelly Jo took a couple of hours away to meet her family for dinner. They brought Odie back to Waynesville.
Saturday morning I needed about two hours to finish all the paper work and then I was done. I worked in the barn until it was time to meet my whole family for supper at Outback for my mother's 72nd birthday!
Dad, Mom and Steve came back to the barn for a while and helped me finish up a few things.
I was trying to get to a stopping point because we had big day planned for Sunday. We were up and gone by 6:20 AM with the Green Machine pointed toward Hodgenville, Kentucky. Pastor David Webb had kindly invited us to be in service with them Sunday morning and we were glad to do it. We always seem to have good services there and Sunday morning was no exception. Praise God for His help in the altar service and Praise God for our friends.
Soon it was time to hit the road so we could make it to Anchor of Hope near Lebanon, Ohio. Pastor Bill Lamb and Pastor E.J. Lamb keep the door wide open for us at Anchor and we appreciated their invitation for Sunday night. They have been so good to us through the years and Sunday night they covered us with goodness again.
We enjoyed the service, the fellowship and the meal with our dear friends.
By the time we rolled into the Lazy OD Ranch we had logged about 425 miles, had super times with super friends and tremendously enjoyed the blessings of the Lord! I tried to tell you at the beginning this had been a super great weekend!
Thanks for reading.