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Friday, June 08, 2007

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Tammy

Did you at Las Margaritas?

Downtown is small and cute but as you drove down Route 1 you can see many new buildings.Be glad that you are not here this week-91 outside.

This time it wasn't raining like it was when you came in October.If I had know when you were in town,you migh have able to have seen Gregory at his band concert.

The part about his church governemnt sounded good.seminary training can be very beneficial -Jason Dohm said that how many feet from the seminary?

Hayden Family

Hi ya'll!

It has been fun reading the latest happenings with your family. The Church conference in Wake Forest sounded very profitable and helpful. Hope to hear more about it.

I am taking a short break from cleaning, laundry, packing and food prep to say "hi." We sure are looking forward to our visit in a little over a week. I can't believe it is approaching that soon!

Take care and get some rest.

~Lydia for the Haydens

Tom

Tammy - we sure enjoyed ourselves there, such a neat little place. Deb would have loved strolling around the shops. We did see Las Margaritas, but that's not where we went the first evening. We ate at Las Tres Magueyes (sp?), which was in a strip shopping center just up Wake Union Church Road from the Hampton Inn. Very LOUD colored decor, and LOUD patrons (not us, of course). Good food. On the seminary thing, they wanted to emphasize that, while seminary could possibly help equip someone to be better able to teach, it is not a necessary qualification for being an elder. A man could receive training and understanding in other forms. Well, thanks for having us in your town!

Lydia - we are very much looking forward to meeting you and your family and getting to know you all a bit. We feel like we somewhat know you already (don't we bloggers like to say that a lot?!) We really did like and benefit from the conference. I would say the only thing we would like to see different was having more particular discussion on starting a scriptural church from pure scratch (in situations where you don't have an existing church from which you are budding off). Well, you folks have a safe drive East and have a great time remembering the providence of God in Jamestown... Mr. G

Fred

Tom,

Thanks for the post on Church Planting. It was very helpful.

Got a whole lot more out of it than the knitting post (no offense, Deb, I just don't knit.

I will pray for God's leading in your life as He directs you in this ministry.

Love,

Fred for the O'Dorisio family

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