Two weeks ago I preached on Luke 7 and the widow of Nain. It still remains one of the most memorable stops for me. Of course, for Doris and me so many things were not only memorable but also deeply moving. As people ask us what was the most memorable it is hard to pick just one thing or to explain the overall impact, but we were deeply impacted and we hope to go again. A couple of our friends from another Alliance Church a few hours away were visiting this weekend and they said they want to go on your tour and have us go along with them. That would be fun!
Bryan, it was so good to reconnect. I am always greatly encourage when I see a deep love for God in scholars like yourselves. It was also evident in David Denyer. It was good to get to know him. I recall the days at Trinity and I am glad we could reconnect as friends. It seems strange when I talk to people about you and refer to you as “our tour guide”. You do a great job as a tour guide but Doris and I found it so very special to be guided by a friend we know and appreciate.
Posted By: Bill