Hello once more. If April showers are supposed to bring May flowers, we may not have any this spring. It has been a dry spring so far. We pray that if it be God’s will, May might see enough moisture to bless farmers and ranchers and everyone who is depending on rain for crops, livestock, wells and so on.
In April we had another great GGMH hymn sing, with 25 in attendance. There were solos, duets, a quartet and, of course, everyone else singing along as always. Why not come and join us on May 30 at 6 p.m.? Throw an instrument in the back seat of your vehicle, as one young lady did. If you are concerned about COVID-19, let me assure you that all restrictions are in place. Masks are provided if you happen to forget yours. We are still unable to have a time of fellowship and refreshments afterward, but, better days are ahead.
What fun the ladies are having secretly trying to place a gift without letting their secret sister know who it is. This is all new to some of the ladies, but when they draw names for a new sister next time, they will understand how and what to do a little better.
Sunday is Mother’s Day, and every mother gets to take home something. Each year we have a tradition that special mothers receive special gifts.
Of course our main focus each Sunday is to worship God. We worship Him by means of singing and sharing His word. When, or wherever you choose to worship God, He is pleased because He is sovereign and is worthy of all praise due to Him. We do not care where you decide to worship, but would love to have you join us any Sunday at 11 a.m.
Until next month remember, “Lean on each other’s strengths; forgive each other’s weaknesses.” Oh, and happy Mother’s Day, moms.