Here's one of the "roving" stories so to say. When covid hit we were no longer able to have service at the high school we were in. I think our new future church was purchased by then but as mentioned there was a lot of work to do. We were actually having service on the outside balcony of the building. People stayed in their cars in the parking lot and the service was broadcast over a local radio station so the folks could tune in on their car radios and here what was going on.Love to see the growth! Hoping for a day when we'll have one, its been portable a few years. There's been talk, so we'll see. Ultimately, its just a building, what happens in and out of are what's important, and I'm just happy to be able to serve!
This was all fine and dandy until it started getting colder. I'll never forget that last balcony service in November of 2020. It was absolutly freezing outside. We left our guitars outside to try and keep the tuning as intact as possible while we were inside trying to keep warm. I remember as soon as I stepped out and grabbed my guitar.....it was over. My hands instantly froze, I had no dexterity at all and I made more flubs and mistakes than I care to admit! But I wasn't the only one so I took a bit of comfort in that! The balcony services were cancelled for the next two weeks due to the cold and our building was finally ready the following weekend.
Praise the Lord!!!!