Wednesday, January 24, 2007

EXCUSES, EXCUSES

This week I am in Astatula, Florida. I am preaching each morning in a Bible conference at the Astatula Baptist Church. For that reason, I haven't had time to do a really for real post. I do, however, want to continue posting on some of my experiences and challenges as I served on the mission field. At some point, I intend to do a post on how to pray for a missionary. I realize that is nothing new, but I want to put in my two cents anyway.

Stay tuned and, if you have a moment, pray that our Lord will use me this week to glorify Him.

11 comments:

Kim said...

Have a good week, Garry.

Looking forward to your return.

Even So... said...

Praying...

Jeremy Weaver said...

Why don't you head on over, J. D.? My dad is one of the greatest preachers alive.

Garry Weaver said...

Poor ol' Jeremy! He ain't never heard much preachin'.

Thanks for the nice fib.

Even So... said...

Where is Astatula?

Garry Weaver said...

Jim,
Between Clermont and Leesburg.

Even So... said...

Rats, that's pretty close, but my calendar just got filled up for Friday "day" and all Saturday...I am sure you know how that goes...but, is there a sevice and are you preaching Friday night?

Jeremy Weaver said...

Daddy can't preach after 5:00pm 'cause he's to sleepy.

Garry Weaver said...

Jim,
Yeah, sure! A previous engagement just came up. Right?
I preach at 9:30 am. What about lunch for fellowship?

Jeremy,
You nailed it.

Even So... said...

No, church members never get in the way of fun, do they Garry ;-)

Of course, then they make you wait, 'cause they say they're running late, and so your morning is about to end, and they cancel the date...excerpted from the Preacher Poetry corner ©2007 JD Hatfield :-)...the smiley face means it is a joke, he he...

(sigh)...

Gordon Cloud said...

Hope you are having a good conference. At least preaching is a better excuse for not blogging than working on old cars is.

I really think that spiritual preachers shouldn't need hobbies (except for huntin', fishin' and maybe golf).