They broke their record in attendance.
They seemed to like my stand for freedom and
really liked my poem "DO YOU WANT MY GUN"
Selling all 10 copies at the meeting.
I was surprized by a standing ovation.
Pastor Bob Weger on right, has done a great job there
and has built a great buliding as well. His song
leader closest to you kinda looked like Burl Ives.
For some reason the church did not get the attendance in
visitors that we had hoped for, but the Lord saved 6 anyway.
NORMA AND I STAYED AT SOME STATE PARKS Norma is getting some much needed relaxation time.
At home she has all our ministry stuff to do and take
care of her Mother that lives with us. Her Mother is
staying with another Daughter while we are gone.
Norma also looks after my Sister in a nursing home
around the corner from our house.
You get to meet a lot of people at the campground.
This is Ray, a Christian that had cancer and is in remission.
The lady on the left is reading the picture tract
as they walk away, all 4 of them received tracts.
just walking around the area where we were parked.
will come up and ask for my picture tracts and
if they can take a picture with me. I found that this
is a good way to get the Gospel out when I am not
in a church. It cost us around $20 a night in most
state parks. Running the generator in a Walmart
parking lot is a little cheaper, but with Norma with me
I splurged a little and sprung for the parks for a few
nights of the trip.
and also they minister to men that have problems with Drugs ect.
The Sauvageots are his associates there at Wildwood
They had activities, hot dogs, and then I preached.
Some of the 80 youth from about 4 or 5 churches
Two may have been saved in the service. Pastor
Bridges is following up on the visitors.
Pastor Doug Jones lost his wife many years ago,
but continued to Pastor and has done a good job.
This is reall a great church with wonderful folks.
Some of those in attendance and my wife Norma