Friday, December 18, 2015

Goodbye Branson


The lights have dimmed. The stage is cleared.

The costumes, CDs, props, and signage are packed up.

Yes, the curtain has fallen on Branson 2015. The anticipation and hard work has faded into wonderment and gratitude as we saw the Lord's hand opening doors as only HE can do. It's hard to believe the seven weeks of intensive Christmas music is in the books. We're left amazed.

After our final show, we packed up and said our goodbyes until next year.

Thank you all for your prayers as you joined us on this journey!

Here are a few, random shots from our life in the Branson cabin:


The younger ones had to be very diligent to stay on track with their studies.


Mother/daughter devotion time. 


Finding time to un-wind: needlework and replacing instrument strings.


A bird's-eye view of our busy kitchen


We're so thankful for this cabin: it may be small, but it's such a blessing to have a real kitchen...laundry area...and, you get the idea! 


Mealtimes


Each opportunity to share was an opportunity to be stretched. To grow.

To reflect on the timeless message of our Savior's birth. 
O come, let us adore Him!


Yea, Lord, we greet thee,
Born this happy morning;
Jesus, to thee be glory given!
Word of the Father, 
Now in flesh appearing!
- John F Wade

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