Some tours are very easy and others have challenges. This tour I just ended on the west coast had a few challenges with our truck. I had two different issues that I was able to work through and get fixed, but boy, can it give you some stressful times when you’re that far away from home and have vehicle problems. In those kind of situations, I really like to step back, take a deep breath and let God show me the solutions through the experience and resources He has given us. Both problems could have been a stopping point for the tour, but God is sooooo much bigger than a turbo or sand in a fuel tank and pump.
So that was the challenges, but the rewards were the awesome concerts and dozens of people that received Christ in the three weeks. As I said in my last post, I really enjoy the variety of places, denominations and congregations that I get to play for. I always have people asking me what my favorite concert was on this tour and you know what……I loved them all. From the handful of people that showed up in a down pour at a church in Oregon to the thousand people that were at our show in northern California, they were all great concerts, great people and God used every show to spread His love.
I can’t tell you how much it means to us, for those of you that support our ministry through prayer and finances. Even though I travel most of the time by myself, I know that God is with me every step of the way, but I also know I have a lot of people that support this ministry and are backing us in many ways. Thank you so much!!

Most people that travel and perform concerts will post pictures of their concerts on social media. Pictures of crowds, church auditoriums, concert halls and pictures of people they meet. Well……I don’t take many pictures like that. It’s not that I don’t like those things, it’s just that I don’t think to take my phone out and take pictures of audiences and facilities. Instead, I like to take pictures of God’s creations. Waterfalls, sun rises, sun sets, coastal pictures and so many more things like that is what I enjoy snapping a shot of. Follow me on Facebook or Instagram and you’ll be able to see some of the pictures I took and do take when I’m on tour.
Thanks for your time,