For every house is built by someone,

but the builder of all things is God.

Hebrews 3:4






Sunday, September 6, 2009

Day 2,3 and 4 in California

We think Steve has food poisoning for the last two days, so please keep him in your prayers. If he is not better by tonight, we will have to seek medical attention.
We are missing our quiet country roads in Tennessee as we make our way through the hussle and bussle of Southern California. Everyone seems to be in a hurry. Even though we are with family members and friends we love dearly, our friends in Tennessee are greatly missed.
We are reflecting on how much we have changed in the last year and how we don't fit in this place anymore.
We are headed out in a few minutes to go to our church (Sovereign Grace Christian Fellowship, in Anaheim) we attended when we lived here in California. We feel blessed to be able to worship the Lord with our dear friends once again.
Steve will stay home to rest and recover. Please keep him in your prayers.
Have a blessed Lord's Day!
~ Christa ~

5 comments:

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Carrie of Farming On Faith said...

I am praying for Steve and safe traveling mercies!
Blessings~
Carrie

Anonymous said...

It was a blessing to see all of you yesterday at Sovereign Grace. We are praying for you this week. May the Lord sustain your family through this time.

Love in Christ,

Megan P.

Antoinette K. said...

Yes, I enjoyed fellowshiping with you and your family Sunday as well, and today at the funeral! I was so tuoched by your familys hospitality and good spirits through such a tough day! :)

I (and the rest of the family) will miss you all so much!

Blessings,

Antoinette K.

Anonymous said...

I would not even think of keeping you from getting on that plane tomorrow but I am trying to figure out how to stow the five of us in your luggage!

After hugging your family in prayer the last year it sure was good to get to hug you in person. Such sweet fellowship indeed.

Your family is a special blessing we thank the Lord for you often.

In Him,
Donna