Hitting the ground running is often a venue for me... or at least I often find myself there. Arriving here in Marsh Harbour is no exception to that rule.
I arrived last Saturday in Marsh Harbour after an 8 day sail from Carrabelle, Florida. I was met by Scott & Colette Harris, the local missionaries for the Marsh Harbour church, worshiped with them on Sunday, preached on Sunday night, helped my guest pilot depart on Monday, reorganized the boat, supplies, and provisions on Tuesday, rested a half day on Wednesday and gathered with the MH church Wednesday night for Bible study.
On Thursday we sailed to Nassau on Scott & Colette's boat and tomorrow, we will attend the 47th Annual Caribbean Lectureship for the next three days. There will be churches and speakers from most all the Caribbean Nations. From Trinidad and Tobago to Barbados to Saint Kitts, Nevis, Dominica, and many others. What a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the island cultures of this vast mission field. I'm especially looking forward to worshiping and singing with possibly 2000 Christians in attendance.
Ironically, Dr. Cliff Ganus, who was president of Harding University when I attended there, is one of the keynote speakers. What a wonderful surprise! I can't wait to hear him speak.
God is good. God is always good. God is working. God is working through His people.