This week has been busy as well as flexible for our family. On Tuesday, the Lord allowed us to sing at Judson Baptist Association’s quarterly fish fry for seniors. We had to make some slight adjustments, because Rebecca (our alto and banjo picker) and Rachel (another alto), were both sick and stayed home. Overall, things went well and we had a wonderful time sharing and fellowshipping with the guests.
On Wednesday, we went to Council on Aging as well as Grace Nursing Home, but this time, with even fewer people. Our main guys, Christopher and Daniel, were added to the “sick list” and stayed home with Rebecca and Rachel. This put a huge dent in our usual repertoire and we had some serious adjusting to do. Samuel filled in with singing bass or tenor and playing guitar or banjo.
With all of our “handicaps” this week, God was still faithful. He worked through us despite our limitations and still allowed us to be an encouragement and joy to the elderly. Without God’s help, I doubt we could have easily made it through three singing appointments, but by His grace, He allowed us to minister and spread His love in song once again.
Here are some pictures and a video from the Judson Fish Fry:
“And He said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for My strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me.”
2 Corinthians 12:9