Bahaha, it's a cheesy title I know, but I couldn't help it! :) We left our trailer in the Central Valley and headed into the Sierra Nevadas for the weekend. The forecast was predicting 6-12" so we took this excuse to get snow tires put on the truck (which we planned to get this fall anyway) and purchased winter coats (which we also were planning to buy soon)!
The snow started late Sunday morning and continued throughout the day. We were grateful for our snow tires as we drove from Truckee to South Lake Tahoe Sunday afternoon!
Looking across Lake Tahoe toward Nevada, Saturday night before the snow started.
The morning service was such a blessed time of worship! Sometimes when I'm leading worship, I desperately want to stop singing and just listen! I LOVE to hear the body of Christ lift their voices together to worship our King! It was a gift to be with a church with such a passion for worship and hearts so responsive to God's Word! This week has been hard on so many people. I know that I feel wearied and have been tempted to despair. Between the horror of terrorist attacks across the ocean, to the news of a terribly ill sister in Christ...it's hard to not become discouraged! But Sunday morning, as I sang, united with a room full believers, I was blessed to be reminded that our God is greater! Our God is stronger! And if our God is for us, then no one can stand against us!
I am so grateful for the truth that "I know who goes before me! I know who stands behind! The God of angel armies, is always on my side!" (Chris Tomlin, Whom Shall I Fear)
Hi! I'm Sarah
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You will keep in perfect peace, him whose mind is steadfast, because he trusts in you.
Trust in the LORD, for the LORD, the LORD, is the Rock eternal.
Ezekiel & 1 Peter
(the Bible in a year)
The Gospel of Luke
(Women's Bible Study at Church)
The Seventeenth Swap
by Eloise Jarvis McGraw
(family read aloud)
by Jamie C. Martin
Mother and Son:
The Respect Effect
by Emerson Eggerichs