We started the weekend with working on the house, then threw in great visits with old friends and a bowl or two of salsa and ended it with church and a little driving. It does not get much better than that.
Dad and I put in a long day Friday wiring the house and then several more hours on Saturday. About noon Saturday I drove less than 15 minutes to the Warren County Airport and picked up Mitch Boggs Jr. and his friends Kevin and Ken.
Ken owns the small plane, Kevin was flying and Mitch was along for the ride. Well, Mitch was the reason for the ride. He came to measure the roof, look it all over and figure a material list.
Mitch and his crew plan to be back here the last week of June to install the roof and all the rest of the metal. It was super great to see him and we are looking forward to having the whole bunch with us very soon.
After an hour or so he had worked up an appetite and I happened to know about a little placed close by that serves good salsa!
My friend, David Riddell, drove over from Hillsboro to see us and they arrived in time for salsa too, although not coincidentally.😀 David is about the longest of my long term friends and it was great to see him. There had been too much time between visits and we are already making plans to fix that soon.
Teresa and David
Teresa and David
Emily, David and Kelly Jo
Mitch is on the right, Kevin is next to him and then Ken.
I was blessed to see two very good friends, make some new friends and drink a bit of salsa too. That is not too bad for short Saturday afternoon.
Sunday morning started early as we drove to Hodgenville, Kentucky to be in service at Hodgenville Pentecostal Church again.
We had a wonderful service and a great visit with our friends! We appreciate Pastor Webb and his folks so much.
After a fine lunch with the Webb family we drove about 2 1/2 hours to West Harrison, Indiana to be with Pastor Wade Hicks and his church for Sunday night service. God touched in the service and we enjoyed it tremendously.
Pastor Hicks received a special offering to go toward the house being built for Odie and we appreciate that very much. Their church had already given many hours in labor toward framing the house so now we are doubly indebted to them. May God bless them for their kindness.
We visited a while at Frisch's and then Kelly Jo drove us a little over an hour home. It was a long day but it was worth every minute and mile of it to experience two great altar services. I love to watch God work.
We have today off, except for working on the house, then we begin revival tomorrow night at Pentecostal Faith Church in New Miami, Ohio. We are looking forward to it.
Thank you for reading today.