We went shopping.
I bought two graters and a blouse.
Big spenders we are!
One grater is for the kitchen....
the other for making laundry detergent.
Warren questions the need for two different ones.
I'm afraid I would always think I tasted soap in my
Buddy Greene often led the opening songs.
Mark Lowry may be recovering from a severely broken leg
but he is still funny and one of my favorite people.
On his life's bucket list was to make an album of love songs.
He sang one of them to us.
Everyone loved it.
When God gave out powerful and pitch perfect voices
He included David Phelps.
I'm a huge fan of the tight harmonies of the Booth Brothers.
I also love that they are bringing back the old hymns of the church.
Such rich words.....
The Collingsworth Sisters.
This family is amazing on so many levels.
Mrs. Collingsworth brought down the house with
a patriotic piece on the piano.
It was shared that she has a brother with a brain injury
from serving in the military.
It made her passionate performance very meaningful.
Warren's favorite group...
They have such a special sound and we loved all of the instruments they play.
I may share more artist photos later if you want to see them.
For now, though, I'll move on to some of the beautiful
mountainside we enjoyed on Sunday afternoon.
The weather was so perfect for our time in Tennessee.
We are thankful.
Our hearts were moved by the things we saw and heard.
Ken Davis preached a message about Jesus and Lazarus that
smacked me right in the face.
I'm still working over that message.
Of course there were many songs to make me think of my Daddy.
I'm pretty sure he would have approved of our being there.
I'm also pretty sure that he's singing on Heaven's shores.
Not much could stop him.