This is Mark... and for the first time ever... Im going to write blog.
After putting their house on the market (the one we live in now) in FOUR days the landlords got and accepted an offer. Believe it or not, this takes a huge burden off my shoulders because they were able to sell the house. Unfortunately for us, we have to be OUT July 17th. This is almost an entire month earlier then WE WERE planning on moving. We have decided its just time for us to go--- for some reason--- God is making it clear that we are supposed to be out there earlier.
Our plans are exactly as they were before- its just going to start sooner.
With that being said, our last Sunday in Georgia will be at Browns Bridge Transit (middle school dept.) July 13th--- Come and worship with us!
I am SUPER scared. Probably more scared than I have ever been. I am leading my wife and kids halfway across the country--- and they are following--- which makes me VERY nervous. I am also VERY VERY excited and hopeful!
I know that if the Lord is taking us from this-- He has much better for us.
I have no clue what that looks like and it is very hard to imagine but I know that it is right. A quote that I hear a lot is, " I don't know what the future holds but I know the One who holds the future."
I became a Christian when I was 17. In my entire walk with Christ the Lord has never made something more obvious to me. And I am very grateful to Him for that.
If you are looking for answers--- All i know is that The Lord wants us to be helping our friends at Alliance Community Fellowship out there in Ft. Worth, TX. Please keep up with us on Facebook and Instagram in the coming weeks for more updates.
We have been involved in a performing arts program founded by Kevin and Jana Jackson.
If you want more information about this program click here.
Unfortunately, we will not be mentoring the camp this summer. We love every single one of your families and truly believe there is much more to come of CUE! We will miss you terribly.
I am going to go ahead and wrap this up because I wouldn't want to read a long blog.
Words cannot express how thankful I am for each and every one of you. What you have meant to me, what you have meant to my family, what you have taught me and what you have taught my family.
We will forever be grateful to Norhtpoint Community Church and all of its campuses, staff and fellow musicians.
I love you.