Had a conversation with a lady yesterday whoâ€™s fairly new to town. Said they came here from Fellowship Bible Church and first heard about our church here in Savannah online with a web search. Our campus is still pretty small so I think it is pretty cool that someone found us first online.
Our house is about Â½ mile from not one, but two sets of railroad tracks. It is far enough away that it doesnâ€™t shake things in the house (much). But it is close enough that there is no doubt when trains are going through. And we get a fair number of them too because both sets of tracks are fairly active. When we first moved in I was concerned that the passing trains might get annoying after a while. But after being here a couple of years they have become sort of a comfort sound that makes me feel at home. Funny, that.
Mark Batterson said they had a bit of a challenge this weekend. The theaters that they have church in Sunday mornings flooded with sewage Saturday night. That kind of makes some of the challenges weâ€™ve had seem like small potatoes! Theater knee deep in popcorn because the cleaning crew didnâ€™t show over night? Have to have church somewhere else because they are showing Narnia? The guys broke in because we were locked out? (â€œreally officer, weâ€™re a church. Honest.â€) Well at least there isnâ€™t sewage flowing through the theater!!!
Dilbert’s Boss is up to his usual tricks today.
Tony Morgan was up to manly things this weekend.
Lastly, I want to formally apologize to my neighbors for not cutting the grass before it started to rain on Saturday. I promise I will level out the weeds tomorrowâ€¦