Tuesday, March 01, 2005

Thawing Out in South Carlina


Thank you so much for your prayers during my Arctic/Alaskan journey.
Thanks too for your messages on the road.

It is good to be home, but lingering memories of new friends, times of
ministry, and unbelievable experiences remain. God was faithful to
continue to teach me incredible lessons through His Sovereign hand's mighty
work through broken vessels.

After leaving Anchorage, I spent time with SEND International in
Glennallen and with students from the Alaskan Bible College. This was not
only a rich time in buliding new relationships and fellowshiping in
the Word, but a time providing some needed rest personally and
opportunity to see some more of God's beautiful handiwork in His

My last week was full of outreach and concerts at Eielson AFB and Ft
Greely Army installation reconnecting with old acquantances and
forging new friendships with brothers and sisters in Christ. Our
retreat at Birch Lake afforded the opportunity to share Christ's
message of hope with some soldiers searching to know the truth of the
gospel and others desiring deeper growth in their relationship with
the Lord.

I am home now and pressing onward into my March schedule of venues
here in South Carolina, as well as Pennsylvania and North Carolina. I
am continuing to schedule the remainder of 2005 - so contact us for
booking, and I'll drop on in and pick a song or two.

Pack light and don't forget your passport.