Hello from Lancaster, PA.
Our family has been so blessed on this current tour we’re on. It began with us being able to minister together with our friends, Amos and Margaret Raber. On the following three evenings, we had a special time during the “My Lighthouse” services. We were blessed each evening with excellent attendance and believe God was glorified through this event.
Fourteen-year-old Damien Smucker, who’s fighting brain cancer and is featured on a song from “My Lighthouse” DVD, helped us sing one of his favorite songs, Sovereign Over Us. It was a moving and touching time with many tears on the faces of those in the audience. Sometimes Damien sang with a smile on his face and at other times, he cried. Please continue to pray for this brave, young man and for his family. He is a hero of faith.
The Johnson Bentley band (Jonny Miller family) from South Carolina also joined us for these services. Their children are very gifted in playing instruments, and they added a lot to our program. It was a special blessing to our family in having them join us. We know many people were blessed by their sweet family.
These next few days will be very full with board and committee meetings, bus dedication, singing services, all day benefit auction and an incredible amount of conversations that will happen this weekend at the Gospel Express Benefit Auction in New Holland, PA.
We have been working on the details regarding our summer tour. The major events are planned, but we still have a few dates open. We will be touring the mid-west starting in Missouri and traveling to Manitoba, Canada. We will be going as far west as Colorado and as far south as Texas. If you are in these areas and would be interested in having our family sharing a service in your area, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We appreciate your prayers for our family and that the message of “From Pain to Purpose” can be heard and understood in the lives of many hurting individuals. Our passion is to proclaim God’s goodness in spite of life’s challenges.
Because of Jesus,