WHAT'S HAPPENING IN HOMELAND BLOG
After being on the road for 2400 miles in the motorhome for 15 days, it's nice to be home in Homeland. The conference in Baker City, OR was amazing and we enjoyed the ministry aspect of the trip immensely.
Our 2 cats survived the journey, although I wasn't sure we would! These two were not happy campers but at times they made the best of the trip. This is not what they are accustomed to at all! They are happy to be home too!
changes in homeland
Since we have been gone, the parsonage and the sanctuary have been demolished leaving the footprint that will make way for the new structures. We have also received the new cathedral tent where we will hold worship services until the new church is completed. It is smaller that the first tent and designed to be cooled and stay cooler. So hopefully during the hot summer months it will be comfortable.
So tomorrow will be our first service in the new tent. We have changed the Traditional Service to 9:00AM so it will be cooler for our Seniors and the New Hope Experience Service to 11:00AM.