Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Apple Pickin'

I gave the team a sabbath today. We've been running pretty non-stop. It was a balmy 90 degrees today as the family took a trip to the apple orchard. We had a nice tractor ride and picked some tasty apples. The heat kind of surprised everyone though. It has been cool and in the low 70's recently. We all had to dig our shorts back out for today.

We're mobilizing 24/7 prayer state-wide from now until the elections. Prayer groups have exploded all over the place. We nearly have the 24-hour schedule filled, and the nightwatch (midnight to 6 AM) was the first to fill up.

Wakan yeja. That's Sioux for "Children are sacred." It's pronounced "wa-han'-ja" (gargle the h in the back of your throat).

1 comment:

Liz said...

I like it. Keep postin'. We should connect soon. Please tell the troops that we're prayin' for y'all here.

Just wait, you could be adding the great state of Georgia to your little map there, Matt.