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 On Friday night, Josh Eastin and I went to lead music for the Kaskaskia River District Picnic for the pastors.  It was a really neat evening hosted at Epworth Camp.  The food was delicious and the music turned out good.  … Continued

Freezing Cold…

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On a visit to beautiful Lake Michigan, we walked out onto the pier. We took a few pictures, talked about how big the lake was and just stood around. Our group, along with Mark, the bass player at CrossWind Chuch, … Continued

Drive Through Blessing

She walked up to the window and stood there waiting for me to roll it down. I was surprised to see her right next to our van.  We were somewhere outside of Chicago, pulling in for supper at an A&W KFC combo … Continued

Beulah

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The 2009 Harvest Team led music for Beulah Bible Camp.  The team consisted of Bonnie Pocklington, Daniel Styles, Zak Stoldt, Israel Hillary, Abbie Aymer and Justin Aymer.  It was fun to connect with them following the week and hearing stories … Continued

Green Lake, WI

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I had a great time leading at the Green Lake Family Life Conference last week.  Suzanne, Ruby and I were there for the week.  I led music for the family camp each morning and evening and also had the privilege … Continued

So I Send You…

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As the Father has sent me, so I am sending you… John 20:21 Jesus’ words make me think about the power of the summer ministry.  As he was sent, so we are being sent.  We seek to model the way Jesus … Continued

Suzanne & Ruby

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Ruby and I have had such a fun summer.  We have only been with Tim for about half the time since he left, sad for us, but we are looking foward to the first three weeks of July!   The past … Continued

Jesus uses music

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We have been getting to know lots of people.  Most of all we have been sharing the love of Jesus with teens and children.  In one instance, the music was able to minister to the students during at altar call.  … Continued

The Yard

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Last night I got home and our yard had been mowed.  After being away for about 15 days, I was glad that the grass wasn’t too high. Suzanne and I were extremely grateful.  Our neighbor has taken care of our yard … Continued

Three Hours for Twenty Minutes.

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This morning we spent some time planning for the evening event.  Following the regular evening worship service, Harvest was supposed to lead a fun night for about 45 minutes.  Knowing that we would have 170 middle school students watching us, … Continued

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