CATCHING UP

Here it is Summer and as usual we’re staying so busy we forget to keep our website viewers updated on what all is going on with the ministry.

Nicole and I have surely been blessed lately with so many opportunities to reach the lost in places all over.

We’ve been invited to start ministry at Asheville’s Salvation Army Emergency Center. That has proven to be an amazing lace with wonderful people who welcomed us in like old friends. We hope to be serving there on a regular rotation very soon.

Our friend Tim Turner is still going strong with Harvest at the Field revival. We’re meeting with about 50 or so young men and women in Pisgah Forest every Tuesday, Thursday & Sunday evening. Tim brings the kids from the Job Corps down and many of them are finding Jesus as Savior through Tim’s efforts.

Our friend Evangelist Paul Propokov, Missionary from Russia is always busy and invitingĀ us to participate with his spirit-filled events. This past Saturday we were with Paul in Asheville’s Pritchard Park for a praise event. There was a wonderful band there leading praise and worship. The park was almost at capacity the whole afternoon. I wish I could remember the church band that was there to give them some recognition but my memory fails me.

It’s been over 3 years now and we are still bring a church service to the rest home every Wednesday evening at 6:30. The rest home is one of our most fun & fulfilling outreaches. These sweet folks (and a few grumpy ones) really enjoy their time with the Lord. We really enjoy getting to be a part of their special night.

We’re still filling in for Pastors who need a break as well. This coming Sunday we’ll be back in Clyde, NC with our friends at His Church. Can hardly wait for that. We always have the best time there. It is kind of like a family reunion.

DAYTONA!!!!! – We have officially begun preparations for our annual Daytona trip for Biketoberfest. Since Nicole and I met in Daytona, we always love coming back together. Last year we went in as Hurrican Matthew was making landfall. Who know what adventures God has in store for us this year.