best ever

Hello everyone!

Our conference is over and I’m back – tired but happy.

We so enjoyed our time together with our Irish friends.

Paul and Priscilla ReidPaul and Priscilla are both fantastic speakers – it was a privilege to sit under their teaching. Good soul food all weekend. And laughter? Well, I don’t know that I ever laughed so hard.

Robin and the band led us in beautiful, rich, times of worship. I wish you could hear 450 people sing “All For Jesus” a cappella ~ it was so moving. The response in ministry time was overwhelming. The Lord was touching lives in a deep way.

Notice Robin’s tshirt in the bottom picture?

He’s endeared himself to Roger, and all Leaf fans, forever ๐Ÿ™‚

And of course, we couldn’t send them back to Ireland without a taste of the Island’s best. ๐Ÿ™‚

As my mom used to say, “A good time was had by all”

But, it’s good to be back here too ~ I’ve missed you!

with love,


4 thoughts on “best ever

  1. BevK says:

    I wish I’d been with you at the conference – it looked to be a wonderful time of blessing and friendship – plus the lobester brings back the remembered taste of wonderful maritime meals on a memorable trip to the East coast of Canada.


  2. carolyn says:

    Hi Kathie, I am so glad we got to go on Thursday evening it was very moving! When we went to sign up for Friday and Sat.it was filled- we were disappointed but we will know to sign up early next time! Belfast is a beautiful church.Take care,Carolyn


  3. Welcome back! ๐Ÿ™‚ I read a poem the other day that reminded me of you.The KayakSource UnknownOver the briny wave I go,In spite of the weather, in spite of the snow:What cares the hardy Eskimo? :-)In my little skiff, with paddle and lance,I glide where the foaming billows dance.Round me the sea-birds slip and soar;Like me, they love the ocean’s roar.Sometimes a floating iceberg gleamsAbove me with its melting streams;Sometimes a rushing wave will fallDown on my skiff and cover it all.But what care I for a wave’s attack?With my paddle I right my little kayak,And then its weight I speedily trim,And over the water away I skim.


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