To be perfectly honest, 10 days is a long time to be away from home. But one of the nice parts of the twice-per-year (spring and fall) trip to Maine and Canada is the familiarity that has developed over the years we have been doing this. I fly into Portland and then drive a rental car a few hours up to Milo, ME.
Again, familiarity. I always love being with these folks. It is a small congregation, but there is something very real and powerful happening here that continues to minister to people far and wide in amazing ways. These people are some of the most committed and consistent seekers after Jesus Christ that I have ever seen. And I felt and saw that He was working in this church in a very new way lately --- these times were really alive with His presence. After the Sunday AM service at Lower Sackville, we drove back up to Truro for an afternoon service at Upper Room Fellowship, as has been our custom.
Evangelist, Teacher, Writer,
Husband, and Father