Wednesday, October 01, 2008


Greetings from the chilly state of Michigan! As our bus rolled into the Flint area this week, it seems the cool fall breezes blew in as well. But as always, the fellowship is warm here and after our summer of comunicating via Skype, we are greatly enjoying the opportunities to share together! [smile]

Here are a few pics of the week...

Having fun with our chopstick skills!


Sibling friendship -- how sweet it is!

Spending time with friends.


Sharing with the older generation.

"For this reason we also... do not cease to pray for you, and to ask that you may be...
strengthened with all might, according to His glorious power, for all patience and longsuffering with joy;
giving thanks to the Father
who has qualified us to be partakers of the inheritance of the saints in the light."
Col 1:10 & 12


Noelle said...

Oh my goodness...I love pic #5 :D
So sweet!

Glad you guys are having a blessed time...I only wish you were in the UPPER peninsula of MI instead of the LOWER peninsula! LOL! :)


Anonymous said...

Great pictures Rachel. God bless y'all. Kimberly.

Patriot Ponies said...

Can't wait til you guys get here!!!! I hope it's not raining so you can go riding!!!!!

Be Blessed!


Stephanie said...

I cant wait for you to get here! See you Friday.

Amanda Santos said...

Hey You were in Michigan? I hope you had fun. May God Bless you in a wondeful way! I am very filled with joy when i hear what you are doing for the Lord! May you sing praises to the Lord and keep on smiling for him!


Christina said...

We're all so looking forward to seeing you all again! See you tomorrow! :)

Ruth Ann said...

Beautiful pictures. Thanks for the updates on your lives and what God is doing. Thank you for blessing me. :)

Julie said...

Ande and I were sorry to have had to rush out during your second service at Cornerstone, but two unruly toddlers do little to enhance the atmosphere!

We are both so pleased that you like the "new" microphones, and hope that you get tons of use out of them. It was a blessing to Ande especially, being a musician himself...

Praying for safety in your travels and hopefully the chance next time you're somewhere in the area that we will be able to fellowship.

Anonymous said...

Ya'll look like your having a lot of fun on this trip!

The Flemings