Sunday, January 8, 2017


Today it's already a week ago that we returned from the GYC Conference in Houston. Again, it was a blessing to attend this Conference. There are always good messages, and it's nice to see friends from all over. I look forward to listening online to some of the seminars I wasn't able to attend.

Last week was rather relaxed here on campus, as the operations are only really starting again today with the beginning of a new lifestyle session. I was working on the farm and enjoyed the time outside in the sunshine. As of tomorrow, I'll be helping in the Kitchen again, but only for a little over two weeks, and then I'll be attending the Adventist Agricultural Conference in Florida. I really look forward to that meeting.

This afternoon, we are going to lay to rest Sister Leta, a dear friend of Uchee Pines. She was in her mid-90s, and since her and her husband were at a point where they needed 24-hour help, my friend Amy here on Campus decided to take her into her home. So her family has been taking care of her for about 1 1/2 years, but finally, her suffering came to an end. I'm thankful that I had the opportunity to minister to her when she was staying at the Lifestyle Center two years ago. May she rest in peace.

The Uchee Pines group at GYC
Sabbath morning at GYC

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