Whirlwind Missions

Thursday, December 27, 2007

Tim A. Cummins @ 11:28 pm  

My sweet family got back to Atlanta today!  It was a great trip to Texas for Christmas.  We spent a lot of quality time with my parents and my brother and his family.

It’s a long trip, about 1,000 miles from here to Georgetown, Texas.  We normally take three days.  We usually start out later on the first day, around 4 pm, then drive about 5 hours or so.  The second day we usually go about 7 hours and then 3-4 the last.  Not too bad!

Highlight of the trip was my parent’s 50th anniversary party!  That was great!  I had spent hours transferring my parent’s old pictures to our photo gallery, then Ashley took the best of the photos and put them into a slide show.  My brother Jim borrowed his company’s video projector and we showed them on a screen that the restaurant provided.  We ate at Stagecoach Inn in Salado, Texas.  It’s a famous place that has housed Jesse James and George Armstrong Custer to name a couple.

I also preached at my Dad’s church, the Worship Place.  I gave a 10 minute talk as if I was telling the Christmas story to kids at the mission. The congregation seemed to like it!


Leave a Reply