My husband completed his first week as night chaplain at the Rescue Mission. Seeing his growing attachment to these men, reminds me that the Lord long ago planted the seed of a pastor in Robert's heart. He comes home with the same sparkle in his eyes that I've seen at other times when the Lord has led his steps down the path of ministry. Along with the everyday stories, he relates the men's great need for a Savior. Just the hope that the Lord would choose to pluck some of these men out of the fire causes him to carrying in his heart a great responsibility for their souls. To have the opportunity to bring glory to Christ among these men who find themselves at such a point of great need brings Rob fresh inspiration. Thanks be to our great God who so wonderfully orchestrates our lives!
Now that we're on the subject of orchestration, Candace, Amy, and Ben had a dress rehearsal last night with the homeschool string ensemble. (Although, I think all the players put much more effort into the rehearsing rather than the dressing.) Nevertheless, they sounded awfully good - the way you want to sound the night before the performance.
Here is a picture I took of the practice last night.
And for those of you who have Windows Media Player, here's a short video of them practicing. My little camera only records video and not sound so you won't be able to hear them, but trust me, they sounded great!
Please give me some feedback to know whether the video clip works on your computer. : O)