Our church youth group is at the airport waiting to depart on the first leg of our mission trip to Wyoming. Barring a major catastrophe, we should be in Jackson Hole, WY tonight. Tomorrow and Saturday we will tour Yellowstone National Park, then From Sunday through Thursday, we will be on the Wind River Indian Reservation to do some mission work. Pray for our trip, and Lord willing, I will make regular updates via this blog. I will try to post some pictures, if I have Internet access.
Our annual Bible conference went very well this year. The attendance was good, the preaching was excellent and the presence of the Lord was overwhelming. I appreciate the 50 plus members of Calvary Baptist worked so hard to make the conference a success. I appreciate the preachers who came and preached the Word of God in power. I appreciate the singers who blessed us with their music. Most of all, I appreciate the sweet Spirit of God Who showed in power and glory in each service. I am especially thankful for our Wednesday evening service. The Lord moved in great power and touched many hearts. It was a time of soul-searching, repentance, and manifest love among the people of God. It was a powerful night in the Lord and I was greatly benefited from being there. Lord willing, our meeting next year will be August 1-5, 2010. I will do my best to post the audios of the sermons as soon as I have a little free time.
This Thursday, about 55 of the good folks from Calvary will join me on a mission trip to Riverton, WY. We will spend a week on the Wind River Indian Reservation among the Shoshone and Arapaho people. Please pray for safe travel and a good week of ministry in Wyoming. Before we leave for that meeting, I will be in Bryson City, NC on Monday – Wednesday evenings preaching at a youth camp. Pray about that, if you will, I am like a fish out of water trying to preach the young people. I do pray the Lord will save souls and get glory to His name through all these avenues of ministry He has opened for us.
I pray that you will have a great day in the Lord tomorrow. God bless!