Greetings from Winchester, Ontario. After church, we got in the car so that we could see our new grand daughter in person. The first part of the trip was uneventful, but as we entered the Tug Hill Plateau, we entered the infamous lake effect snow zone. For about 45 minutes it snowed pretty good. Our progress got slowed by some snowplows, but it was good because the road was much better behind the plows.
If you haven’t heard by now, we are grandparents again. She arrived on her due date which happens to be on “The Presentation of the Lord,” in which Anna the prophet gets to see Jesus. You can find the story in Luke 2. We are enjoying our time and got greeted by our grandson Robert. It has been great fun so far and will go by way too quickly.
This week our family battled some sickness. Everyone is feeling better now. On Wednesday I met with our community ministerium and made plans for our Lenten Luncheons – looking forward to that and our Baccalaureate service.
We had a good service this morning as I preached on the core doctrines of the Wesleyan Church and what we believe. Next week I will be preaching on how to live a holy life in an unholy world.
For now, it’s back to enjoying the grandbabies.