Thursday, May 10, 2007

News from the West

Has it been almost a week since my last post already?! After a weekend rich with music, Bible preaching, late night activities, and fellowship we have pointed our bus eastward once again -- heading toward the homeward trail!

But not before stopping to spend Monday through Wednesday with our dear friends in Cody while sharing a few services in the area. With the warm sunshine and lots of 'farmyard' activity', the days simply flew all-too quickly. Thank you, Atnips!




"Give me the love that leads the way,
The faith that nothing can dismay,
The hope no disappointments tire,
The passion that will burn like fire,
Let me not sink to be a clod:
Make me Thy fuel, Flame of God."
Amy Carmichael


Thank you for your prayers for each of our services on this trip! We have really sensed the Lord's blessing and presence as we've shared in many 'first-time' places -- and also rich fellowship with friends from years past. We are so thankful for the Lord's grace.

And after the service tonight in Moorcroft, Wyoming, our hearts and minds will be turned towards.....
"Going home!" [smile]

6 comments:

Goldfish said...

Cute lambs...but ours are cuter!! :) I love that picture with Alaythia in action! Camp is coming!!!...YAY!!!

Kori said...

Ah yes! An update!!! Wow it must be really cool jumping on a trampoline surrounded by mountains! How beautiful! Grandma came home today! She said she was hoping ya'll would be home before she left! But I guess she is just going to miss you!!! Missin' ya'll!

rehm family said...

What fun to find a NEW post! Hurray, the bus can't arrive home soon enough!! We can't wait to see you!!!:)

Prayers your way for a safe, and speedy return!

We love you,
The Rehm's

Anonymous said...

"As we ever watch, and pray for the bus to roll this way!" Oops! That's right isn't it??!!:) Oh no, we remember now. "As I ever watch and pray for the dawning of the day!"

Will be so wonderful to see you, Lord willing real soon!

HUGS!!!

Anonymous said...

Hey cool picture of Alaythia! See you in Manchester!!

Anonymous said...

Hello Wissmanns,
It was great to have you all here. We had such a fun time. I love the pictures you captured of the sheep Bethany. You made them look better than they are. :)
I'm glad you all made it back safe and you all have a blessed week!
Kim