Category Archives: Road Life

I Have Felt the Tremors: Part 2

I Have Felt the Tremors: Part 2 At about 4:15 on a Saturday morning in May, seven men—pastors and ministry leaders—loaded up into our 2005 Mercedes Sprinter to drive roughly 24 hours to Philadelphia, PA. The drive was filled with … Continue reading

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A Call to Remembrance

If we are faithless, He remains faithful: He cannot deny Himself.–2Timothy 2:13 The above verse has always been a crevice in the Rock for me to hide in. When all seems to be falling apart; my prayers seem like they … Continue reading

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To the Falcon

Once upon a time the Lord gave the Tribe of Judah a bus. If you don’t know the story, ask me sometime. It’s an awesome story. For the time being, let’s just say we have been blessed as a Tribe … Continue reading

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5 Ways To Survive Multiple Bus Breakdowns

5 ways to survive multiple bus breakdowns 1. Hoops or other toys to pull out at dealerships, road sides, parking lots.–you know, the breakdown sites 2. If you’re planning more then one break down, specifically if you’re planning for the … Continue reading

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Men always Ought to Pray

I’m not sure what today will bring. We’re scouring the United States for the part we need for the bus. So far, we’ve hit a lot of dead ends. Some call back tomorrows. And a few we’ll get back to … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Cornerstone

I totally just paid to spend a week in a field, in 100 degree heat, covered in dust, unshowered, eating mainly a diet of ramen and peanut butter and jelly.  And would you believe me if I told you, we … Continue reading

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