Monday, December 1, 2008

We Arrived

After 9 hours on the road, we arrived in Memphis around 7:00pm tonight. Though Truitt had his moments, he did pretty well. Hey, I don't blame him. It would be torture to be strapped into a seat for that long, especially after 17 days with grandparents.
Please pray for us as we prepare for a full week of detox with our son. :)

Yesterday, I had the pleasure of preaching at Highland Oaks in Dallas. I worked at this church back in 2000 and 2001. This church has played a pivotal role in forming me in my life, my faith, and my ministry.
I will admit that it was pretty intimating preaching the week before Randy Harris fills the pulpit for 4 weeks.

Tomorrow, I am back to work:
-Preaching from Luke 11
-Planning worship (something Kip and I do every of the highlights of my week)
-Praying for vision for 2009
-Preparing a two part Wednesday night class I'm teaching on racial reconiliation (one of my deepest passions)
-And booking lunch appointments over the next 3 weeks
-Oh...and working through 9 days of emails (at least an hour long task)


Rick Ross said...

I resemble that remark about grandparents!

I miss Truitt so much already! I want to hear him say, "Uh oh."

Your mother and I had a blast "toxing" him over the last two weeks.

Paul said...

Josh, glad you and family made it back home safe and sound. I can understand you having to detox Truitt after 2 weeks with the grand parents. See you tomorrow.

Love to all,


Truitt Ross said...

I loved our time with family, but I was very happy to see our home. I can't tell you how good it made me feel when I was told I was missed! Thank you Sycamore View!! Love, Kayci