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The kitchen is still warm from Sunny’s hours of food prep. The meal has been made and consumed; the mess has been cleaned up; and the leftovers are in the fridge. The football game is on in the background while … Continue reading
Beginning this Sunday at Mayfair, a new sermon series entitled The Greatest Gifts of All. Join us for worship at 9am in Jones Valley or online at http://www.mayfair.org.
My boys don’t have grandfathers. As most of you know, my father passed away when I was just a kid. We lost Sunny’s dad nearly ten years ago. As a result, I’m always on the lookout for godly male influences … Continue reading
There was a man sent from God, whose name was John. He came as a witness, to bear witness about the light, that all might believe through him. He was not the light, but came to bear witness about the … Continue reading
A few more pictures from our amazing week in Baja.
I’m so glad Sunny wanted to grab this quick picture of the five of us heading to church on Sunday morning in San Quintin. This boat in the background is iconic for anyone who has stayed at the Old Mill … Continue reading
It’s been like this all week long: Abby Kate just being mobbed by the littles here in San Quintin. This is church.
This is my brother, Stephen, leading our team devotional at the Old Mill in San Quintin. Stephen is feeling God at work in his life like never before. I wanted to remember this moment so I snapped this picture while … Continue reading
Here is Leo telling the story of Camp Baja. God is so good.