I'm Back

For those of you with crossed fingers, you can now remove your fingers from the long-held position because I will now begin blogging on a regular basis...hopefully. (If you have no idea what I am talking about, see my previous post.)


Do Not Lose Heart...I Will Return


Do not lose heart because of my lack of posts...I will return in full force soon! Anyway, we began moving our things to our next temporary housing situation today...in the rain, of course. Hopefully, we will have the internet soon. Keep your fingers crossed. Okay, maybe you shouldn't cross your fingers because you might get a cramp from waiting. Have a great day.



Well, I finally found my way to the computer. Sorry my lack of posts, but we do not currently have internet access. Anyway, here a few updates:

*Alora's Surgery* Everything went great, and she is recovering well. Actually, she acts as though she didn't even have surgery. She is extremely hyper, and it won't be long before she walks!

*Sorry Rita* Rita Moss, I just wanted to let you know that I did try to call you on a number times while in Charleston, but I couldn't get through to your phone. Maybe our families can get together during some better circumstances in Charleston.

*Housing* Amy and I should be moving out of my grandfather's house in about a week or two. We will be living in free housing provided by my home church, Chiquola. Yes, you read correctly, FREE HOUSING! The church ownes the home, but they haven't used it in a long time. So, they asked us if we would like to live there...and of course, we said yes!

*Great Churches and Friends* We would like to thank everyone who prayed for us, sent cards, called us, etc. during this difficult times. We truly appreciate and cherish your kindness! Two churches get a big shout-out from Amy and I: Chiquola Baptist and Roper Mt. Baptist...thank you all for your kindness, generosity and friendship!

*Work, Ministry, School* I am currently unemployed, but I spend yesterday applying for jobs. Hopefully, something will open up soon. Regarding ministry, I have already had the opportunity to preach and teach since we moved. I hope that the Lord continues to give me opportunity. Regarding school, I will begin working on a Master of Christian Ministry degree this Monday at the T. Walter Brashier Graduate School of North Greenville University.

*Random Stuff* If you haven't listened to Derek Webb's new CD "Mockingbird" you should. He deals a lot with politics and other social issues. It's good. And while speaking of mockingbirds, if you have never watched the movie"To Kill a Mockingbird," well you should. It is one of my favorite movies of all times. I like the movie so much, that if Amy and I ever have a son, I'd like to name him Atticus...well, maybe not. Also, watch the movie "Hotel Rwanda." It's good too.

Well, until next time. Have a great day.