We arrived in Fouke, Arkansas at 4:15 this morning. We slowly dragged ourselves and our luggage into the rooms setup for us in the quarters of the fellowship hall. We were relieved to know that we were free to sleep or do whatever we wanted till 3pm that night!
I couldn't sleep that long however, especially after hearing several loud voice and footsteps echo down the hall. Finally got up at 11:45, showered, got ready, and headed down to the fellowship to see if there was something for me to do. Cereal was available and Sis. Shuecraft soon headed in and Hope McCoy and I were relieved to be able to work on lunch. Couldn't believe the day was already almost over.
I walked outside to 61º weather and saw the men working on the motor home one again. We had lost the cover of the engine when the tire blew at the beginning of the trip. There were also other problems going on with the motor so the men have been working on it constantly.
I had a blast playing on their HUGE playground with Stephen Shuecraft, the youngest of the 4 boys.
We played around with Mac, their friendly and energetic dog.
Lunch was at 3pm and service at 7:15 at Fairland Holiness Church. There were several testimonies and memories of the late Thomas McCoy, as well as a word given by his wife, who also joined us on this trip to the border.
Jacob McCoy preached on "Captured by a Vision", a powerful message on allowing God to engulf you in a vision to do His work.
After service they served us a light supper Titus, Luke, and I shared FGBI memories till midnight. It was great fellowship but difficult to stay awake since we knew our next takeoff was at 6:30 the next morning.
GOD is my strength! :D