Yesterday our church had their annual free car wash. We washed 124 cars in three hours and gave away hot dogs, chips, cookies and drinks to nearly 500 people and had some sweet things happening in the prayer tent. Here are some highlights.
We had two gang members come through to get their cars washed, but ended up laying down their colors and surrendering their lives to Jesus. We had a pastor who was around 70 years old just sit for nearly three hours and watched as Whites, Hispanics, Blacks, Older and Younger worked joyfully together – he kept commenting that he had never seen anything like this in his history as a pastor. He said he was learning what the Kingdom of God was all about. Continue reading →
These are all words that we used to describe the last six days in Texas. It did not start out or end real good as far as the transportation was concerned, but it was sandwiched with wonderful ministry for sure.
At 4:30 on Wednesday morning we discovered that our two month old reservations had been cancelled altogether and we were booked on new flights that would take us to Detroit, and have us arriving 8 hours later in Austin. After some quick phone calls, God blessed us with new flights on a different airline that got us there about the same time, and coming home we had a similar situation – but we once again were able to get home on time. But there were some moments where I really wasn’t sure. Continue reading →