Clockwork. Smooth. That was our trip from Nashville to SJCampos. We arrived safely and whole, grateful to be back at home. Continue reading
At Gee’s luncheon today, put together by many of his friends at FHU, we had the pleasure to see our old friends David and Amber Milner, who are now dorm parents on campus. Continue reading
So here we are in the airport in São Paulo, early, waiting for our flight. We’ve had a very calm day, in spite of travel. I made the Missus stay home today instead of running around doing last minute things, and that has helped a lot. Of course, being a holiday today contributed to that. No banks open, etc. Continue reading
Bom dia, gente! Good morning, folks! If you’re traveling today, like me, enjoy the ride. If you’re staying close to home today, enjoy the familiar surroundings. Continue reading
I’m at the gate in São Paulo waiting for the call to board, headed to Salvador for the year’s big event for the northeast. I ask prayer for a safe trip and that my two lessons and discussion classes will edify the brethren and encourage any non-Christians who might happen to be present. Pray too that I hold up well under some fierce temperatures. Continue reading
The explanation is simple. Last Thursday we arrived from Alabama at my mother-in-law’s house, where there’s no internet access. In the past, I’ve gone into town and used the wifi at the congregation’s offices (which I am doing now). During this visit, however, I chose not to do so, even though we had some updates that needed to be done, after moving our sites to a new hosting service. Continue reading
Read my latest Corollaries segment on The Fellowship Room, Things that Never Seem to Get Old in Life, and Some that Do. I’ll likely be off the Internet for a few days, with only occasional access, so you can savor this while I’m gone.
Headed in a bit to Alabama, then tomorrow to Mississippi, to visit the mother-in-law, and report Sunday to the Iuka church. Come join us there!
Back home safely. And a tad tired. Out of 10 total speaking slots at event, I had three. Was a bit hot, but we managed. Thanks to bro. Wagner from Guarulhos for picking us up at airport and bringing us home this late hour.
Some movers were here to pick up the bunk beds that we’re giving to some friends. The Missus said some history was going out the door. Our boys grew up sleeping on those beds.
Leaving for home tomorrow. Has been a great time here with family and with Somers Ave., but I’m ready to sleep in my own bed. Three and a half weeks away. Not as bad as months, by any stretch. But getting to see the new kiddo made it all worth it, as well as play with grandkids #1 and #2. Continue reading