Sunday, November 20, 2016

There's frost on the pumpkin!

And everywhere else in the Ozarks this morning!

I took the time to zip the liner into my motorcycle jacket this morning. With daytime highs only reaching 60 one day for as far as the extended forecast goes, I figured it's time.

In a little bit (after I finish my coffee and blogging) I'll be getting ready to preach at Fremont Hills Baptist Church. It is hunting season so that means it's time for Pastor Art to take a few weekends to hunt. Maybe I should ask for my pay in venison!
I'll be back for the evening service, as well.

The next three weeks will find me back at Orla Baptist. I was there last month for a Revival and am looking forward to helping them out while they search for a new pastor.

God has been good to me this fall. I have been staying pretty busy on Sunday mornings. I hope that it continues into the winter (although I'd rather be preaching at a Mexican beach resort through the winter!).

I hope that you are warm and richly blessed on this mid-November Sunday.
Tell someone -- God loves you. Jesus died for you.

John <><


eViL pOp TaRt said...

It's nice of you to help out while the pastor goes hunting.

Mike said...

"It is hunting season..."

Keep your head down when you're riding.

Big Sky Heidi said...

Have a nice week, John! Happy riding.