Thursday, August 25, 2005

Homeless


We are officially HOMELESS. We closed on our Denver house yesterday which is a great thing. The sale of this house went about as smoothly as it possibly could. God definitely blessed us throughout the process. Thanks to Lew Taylor for all his help with the closing and his supernatural powers of attorney. You’re a superhero in our book.

We visited with Kim’s family in northern Indiana earlier this week. On the way back to Indy we stopped off at Purdue University to have dinner with my nephew Zach. Go Boilermakers! We’re due to speak this Sunday at Warren Park Wesleyan Church in Indianapolis. This is the church where I became a Christian in March 1986. I’m looking forward to catching up with old friends. Right after that we’ll be making our way south to visit Kim’s dad in Nashville, TN and then on to Charlotte for a three-day conference at Cause headquarters. Oh, I remember the old days when gas was only $2.00 a gallon.

3 comments:

Aimee said...

Matt, I wasn't even born in 1986. I'm just saying. That's just what my parents said. But I guess that you do look the part of an old person, I mean with your fat fingers and all...
-Aimee-

Rhonda said...

Matt, speaking of 1986, that is the year that I was BORN!!! In fact, I wasn't born until December, so in March...I'm just sayin.
No really, you've known Jesus as long as I have existed--that's pretty awesome!

SteveW said...

You don't look homeless. I haven't seen you at the gas station asking me for change waving a catchy homemade sign.