Last week’s re-cap was written on a boat somewhere in the Bay of Fundy during a storm. Obviously I arrived safely in Nova Scotia, but it was a rough ride. So rough, in fact, that they couldn’t dock securely enough to let the vehicles drive off, and we had to wait close to four hours before we could get off. So a 3-hour ferry ride took about 8 hours. Not pleasant, but I made it.
It’s been a good week of home ministries. The weekend through Tuesday was busy, but the week itself has been low-key as I wait for my last two church visits tomorrow. By the time this trip is over, I will have connected with six supporting churches in total — that’s six churches in nine days. I also got to introduce myself at a pastor’s breakfast meeting, which in a way means I’ve connected with even more churches, and may mean more open doors in the near future too.
So it’s been a safe and productive trip thus far. I’ve been well taken care of by my hosts, and I’ve enjoyed getting to catch up with some old friends as well. The only downside has been catching a cold, and even that hasn’t gotten too bad yet. So I’m thankful.
And that’s a wrap for this week.