I am typing this after we drove to the Lazy OD Ranch Sunday night and it is late. I can not promise you will get much quality writing out of me at 2:30 AM but at least you will see a few pictures from our weekend.😁
I think this first picture is from Friday night with Sis. Taylor and KJ playing piano in the parsonage. We spent most of Friday preparing for the Saturday Choir session plus Kelly Jo and Odie started preparing to move Odie back into the bus.
The Saturday Choir session went off without a hitch. I taught for about an hour and then we had a two hour practice. The practice part would have been a little longer but I starting feeling a little bit "preachy" and took some extra time.
The practice session was a lot of fun and we went a long ways toward learning some new songs. Sis Webb is the choir director at HPC and it is obvious she has worked diligently to put together an excellent choir. We enjoy listening to them and we were thrilled to get to work along side of them during our time in Hodgenville.
Here are a few pictures from Saturday.
Yesterday was another great Sunday in Hodgenville. Pastor Webb preached Sunday morning and Pastor Lloyd Shuecraft from Fouke, Arkansas preached Sunday night. The Shuecrafts were on their way home from FGBI graduation in Export, Pennsylvania. This is a regular stop for them when making that trip and we were thrilled to get to see them.
We had another short practice with the choir Sunday evening to run through the songs we had learned on Saturday.
Pastor Webb and Pastor Shuecraft both preached outstanding and God used them to speak right into our hearts. It was a super great day to be in church and to hear from Heaven!
Pastor Webb and his church went all out to let us know they enjoyed our time at HPC and we appreciate all the kind words and actions that demonstrated their love for us. These weeks proved to be a really special time for our family and we are thankful Bro. Webb included us in Music and Ministry Month in Hodgenville, Kentucky.
After church we took quite a bit of time to visit with folks and then we began to break down the sound system and get the BoggsMobile ready to ride. We pulled out of HPC a couple of minutes after 10 and pulled into the Flying J about 10 miles from the barn at 1:05 AM.
We had a very smooth trip with no traffic delays at all. The BoggsMobile was ready to run and several times I had to lift my foot and purposely slow down. I try diligently to drive the bus within the limits of the law and safety. I had to try a little extra hard Sunday night.
Flying J was wide open and we had no wait at all. It took me about 30 minutes to empty the holding tanks and fill up the bus with diesel and then we were on our way.
We pulled into Dodds Church a few minutes after 2:00. KJ felt a little hesitant to back the BoggsMobile down the drive into the barn so we will do that in the daylight. It is very muddy from all the rain so that is probably the best decision.
That wraps up the weekend. Thank you for dropping in.