Tuesday, September 05, 2006

'Reunion' Review

What a weekend! The time really flew quickly these past couple days as we finished up the last of our travels for awhile. We saw so many answered prayers -- from cooler weather (for Mommy's sake), to the Lord's drawing on the hearts of the people.

Ah! The joys of camping!

Alaythia watches Mom tune-up,
(Notice 'Baby Wissmann' keeps growing!!!)

We were able to share a total of 7 times on the grounds of the Old Threshers Reunion this year. This is always a unique experience as all the tractor engines, train whistles, and antique car horns add a fun mix of 'bells and whistles' to our music! But despite these potential distractions, each program was such a joy and we thank the Lord for this incredible opportunity!

"Without Christ, not one step; with Him, anywhere!"
--David Livingston--

The perfect finish to a full day -- the peaceful ol'time music of the Log Village.

"And let the peace of God reign in your hearts,
to which you were called in one body;
and be thankful."
Colossians 3:15


Anonymous said...

Hey Wissmanns!
It was a great reunion again and it was great to spend sometime with you all!
Thanks for your family's testimony in both the songs you sing and the lives you live!
Keep it up!
In christian love,

Anonymous said...

The Great Debate...........Whose hands?!??!!?!? :)

Anonymous said...

Great quote by the way!!!! And thanks for the update.


Rachel said...

To the great debaters... [drumroll please....] the hands belong to Andrew, Ruth, and Elizabeth. Was your guess correct?!?! [smile]

Kori said...

I guessed 2 right!
Glad you had a safe trip! I'll be praying for ya'll as you prepare for the arrival of # 13!!! :)

Anonymous said...

Well, some of us correctly guessed all three hands right, others of us guessed only 2 hands correctly. :) :) :) :)
The Great Debaters :)

rehm family said...

Welcome home one, and all! Praise the Lord for His faithfulness yet again. What a joy to read, and see what He is doing!

"Many, O Lord my God, are Your wonderful works which You have done; And Your thoughts toward us cannot be recounted to You in order; If I would declare and speak of them, They are more than can be numbered." Psalms 40:5

Love to all,
The Rehm family

P.S.'Baby Wissmann' sure is growing!!:)

Anonymous said...

What a great post with some strangley familiar pictures:}That night shot is really neat!
It was great to be with all of you once again and to hear you live.We appreciate you all so much!