Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Vintage View Wednesday Junction Hill Pentecostal Church 2003

Today's Vintage View Vednesday takes us back to August and September of 2003 and our first revival for our dear friends at Junction Hill Pentecostal Church near West Plains, Missouri. Pastor Dwain Galiher invited us for a two week revival and we were excited to go.

Bro. and Sis. Galiher have been a huge influence on us for many years. We value their friendship very much. Bro. Galiher has preached several messages right on time for situations in our lives and we will never forget it. When he gave us an opportunity to preach at Junction Hill we were honored and blessed.

Beginning with the revival in 2003 the Junction Hill folks have become very dear to us. They are great people with a great family leading them to Heaven. May God continue to bless them all for the tremendous blessing they have been to us.

A lot of the pictures from the Junction Hill revival include beautiful little Adrianne Galiher. I wrote a fun post about her during that 2003 revival this past October. You can read that HERE.

We had great services, great fellowship and we must not forget the great food. Oh how I wish I had some pictures of Sis. Galiher's food. That Godly woman can fix food fit for a king and I love to eat it!

But I do have a few people pictures.

I love seeing these older pictures. Let me know what you think.


Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Glen Atwwod Memorial Wild Game Supper

We love coming to the Glen Atwood Memorial Wild Game Supper. I think we have been here three times to the supper and I hope we get to attend it again in the future at some point. Here is link to pictures of the Wild Game Supper in 2013.

The food is great, the fellowship is superb and it is all for a wonderful cause. They do not charge anything for the fabulous meal but they do ask for donations. All the donations go to support the Christian School here at First Assembly.

Bro. Andy Stringfellow is the Associate Pastor and Principal of the school. He and a great team of men and women work very, very hard to pull together all of the wild game and get it prepared properly. They always have a wide variety of meat and the whole meal is presented beautifully.

They also serve chicken, fish, plenty of vegetables and other dishes for the faint of heart. There is definitely enough to feed a small army. Someone counted at least 240 people in attendance and we all ate until we were stuffed. I think they had enough food to feed us all again.

It really was a great night and I am sorry you had to miss it. I hope you enjoy the pictures.


Bro. Larry Smith and Bro. Andy Stringfellow

This plate has deer prepared 3 or 4 different ways, pork and rabbit.

Sis. Mona Henderson made these deserts and they were auctioned near the end of the night.