The joy of travel and sharing

Phew! It’s been a busy past few weeks. Since February 22, I’ve been to Canada, Nicaragua, Cuba, and Alamosa, Colorado. Blessed beyond blessed to get to share with believers in so many places… but I’ll confess that I’m a bit road weary. I’ve got a seminar in Snyder, Texas, this weekend, but at least I’ll be in my own bed.

Paul Smith, preacher at the San Luis Valley Church of Christ in Alamosa wrote a very nice article about recent seminars they’ve had at their congregation, including the Church Inside Out seminar I did there last weekend. I encourage you to read what he wrote.

One reason that I thoroughly enjoy doing the Church Inside Out seminars is that I believe the information is relevant and useful to most Christians. I think most congregations can find something in the seminar that will help them reach out more effectively; I think most individual Christians can also find something of use. As I’ve said before, there’s not that much original thinking in the seminar. One skill God has given me is to be able to combine the ideas of others who are more original than I. Hopefully I can give Christians information they might not get otherwise.

Travel does seem to be the enemy of blog writing, at least in my case. I decided long ago not to be a slave to this site; I’ll update as I can, hopefully providing some things of value along the way. Thanks for reading!

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