Ask and you shall receive…a ton.

01 Nov

Oh good, we're not busy.

A couple of months ago, Isaac and I (and several others) began praying for opportunities to speak on behalf of JFHP. These opportunities are critical for us, because we are full-time volunteers and all of our funding comes from donations. Speaking at churches is one way we can both increase awareness of JFHP and earn some funds for living.

We were nervous, at first. We weren’t sure what the response would be to the flood of emails we sent out across the country.

Well. Ask and you shall receive. A ton.

Above is a small peek at our upcoming calendar. Already in 2012, we have eight straight Sundays of speaking, PLUS some weeknight engagements! We are so thankful. Exhausted, but so thankful. Below I’ve included our upcoming calendar through November. Please keep us in your prayers that we speak well on behalf of JFHP; we love this organization so much, and we want to create awareness and encourage new Harvest Partners everywhere we can.

Final note. God is faithful. Not only on the highest peaks and in the deepest valleys — He is there on the normal Tuesday mornings when life is simply peaceful. Peace is something that I have learned to crave over the last year. So often we seek the peaks or are stuck in a rut. I am really learning to enjoy the peaceful plateaus. The end.

  • Sunday, November 6: Belpre, Ohio
  • Friday, November 11: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • Saturday, November 12: Plainview, Texas
  • Sunday, November 13: Corpus Christie, Texas
  • Sunday, November 27: Columbia City, Indiana 🙂


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