Leaving Scotland

Yesterday morning we took a walk around Lesmahagow, Scotland and spent some time looking at the home Rev. David and Fiona Carmichael recently purchased for their upcoming “retirement” years as well as a large abandoned building that was originally a mansion, then became a hospital for disabled people, with some dream now of renovating it into a hotel (photo 1). After an afternoon of catch-up work, we drove into Glasgow where I spoke in the evening at a quaint little Reformed Baptist Church (photo 2) to a few dozen ministers and their wives and some friends on “Thriving in Babylon,” and then enjoyed an hour or two of fellowship (photo3–taken at the end of the fellowship after most had left).

On the way back to the Carmichael home late that evening we had a flat tire on the highway, which took a while to replace so that we didn’t arrive home until close to midnight (photo 4). We were just grateful to arrive home safely, and to get up at 5:30 this morning to fly to Hungary via Amsterdam. Pray for our upcoming conference in Hungary please.

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