Kelly Jo and I hit the ground running Friday morning trying to get ready to finish revival and hit the road. We had several last minute things to do and the last minute was fast approaching.
I began the morning by driving to Centerville to visit the DMV. The license tag stickers for the BoggsMobile, Green Machine and Jeep expire in January and I took care of that there.
Thursday I had completed preparation for the Saturday funeral sermon for my Aunt Zora and Friday morning I finished editing that. Then I spent several hours preparing, typing and proofing the sermon for Saturday night of revival.
The three of us spent some time Friday afternoon practicing a song for the funeral, tossed in an oil change on the bus generator and then we got ready for church.
We had a great service Friday night and enjoyed fellowship with several families in the home of Bro. Jeff and Sis. Debbie Roberts. It was a great night.
We had the funeral of my Aunt Zora Boggs Dyas at 11:00 Saturday morning. Before that, we cranked the bus, pulled outside to empty the holding tanks and then turned it around. I wanted it to be in place to leave for Kentucky Sunday.
The Lord helped us all during the funeral. We took no pictures, of course. Odie snapped two at the cemetery.
The last night of revival at Dryden Rd was tremendous. We had communion during the New Year's Eve service.
Sunday morning we rolled out of bed as early as we could and got ready to go.
1/1/2023 Time for a new page in the log book.
Ma and Pa came to see us off Sunday morning.
Less than 3.5 hours later we were in the parking lot of First Pentecostal in London, Kentucky. We unloaded the sound equipment, parked the bus, set up the equipment, got sound check and then took a nap. It was nice to have some sunshine. Yay!
We enjoyed the first night of revival for Bro. Jarvis and his folks.