Archive for April, 2020

Grace Baptist Church

Friday, April 17th, 2020

For Easter Sunday we left Kingman, Arizona at 5:00 am and traveled 250 miles to Washington, Utah to live stream Sunday School and Easter morning service for Grace Baptist Church.  Driving through Las Vegas was a different experience with no traffic and open roads all the way.  We had a few people in the auditorium including two visitors just for the Easter Sunday experience and 100 computers logged into the live stream.  You can see the service by logging in at and clicking the message link that will take you to their Facebook account. The morning service included a special by the church family and a message from I Corinthians 15. 

After finishing the service, we all gathered in the fellowship hall for a sit-down meal of a roasted turkey and all the trimmings. The tables were arranged so we could maintain social distancing. Please pray for Grace and our situation with the Coronavirus.

Calvary Baptist Church

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

We are quarantined in our motorhome, because of the threat of the Covid 19.  This last week we have been in Kingman, Arizona behind Calvary Baptist Church.  They are still looking for a pastor and seeking people that can fill the pulpit for them each Sunday.  We have had the joy of spending time in Kingman and helping the church by recording four services for them during this epidemic.  I preached for Sunday, March 29, 2020 and for Palm Sunday, April 5, 2020 and for Easter Sunday, April 12.  The last recording was for Sunday, April 12, 2020.  For each service Jane and I sang hymns and choruses encouraging the listeners to follow along at home.  I inserted the announcements and Bible reading between the singing. We have missed seeing our friends but have enjoyed the opportunity to share the Word and update the church with our ministry.

During the two weeks that we parked at the church we were able to travel and see the local sights.  One day we traveled north to see the Hoover Dam (it was closed) and the large mountain ranges along the route.  The next week we traveled down south and saw Lake Havasu.  The trip took us along the riverbank down to Parker Strip and back up North to Needles, California, then back to Kingman, Arizona.  The picture above is one of the many mountains we enjoyed on the way.  Please pray for us as we consider our schedule for the future, because of Corona Virus and for the church in Kingman, Arizona as they look for a Pastor.