The easiest decisions are the ones that others make for you. Such is the case for the ministry that Rhoda Jane and I visited this past weekend. We had reservations about moving forward. When I called yesterday to express my concerns, the representative for the church decided that it was best to move in a different direction. Honestly, I was a bit surprised, but I trust the Lord’s leading. May God be glorified in that ministry!
There are a few other ministries with which I am speaking. Please pray that God would grant both them and me wisdom as things progress.
Brief update . . .
We just returned from a candidating weekend at a church in Wisconsin. I’ll not divulge the name or location of the church yet. From my perspective, it is not the ideal situation, but I must concede that our ideals often do not match God’s plan anyway. We enjoyed our time getting to know the ministry as best we could. Now we have much thinking to do. Rhoda Jane and I will spend the next few days discussing our perceptions and impressions, praying continually for the Lord’s mind. I am seeking to make a wise decision for me, my family, and my ministry for the Lord. I am trusting God to lead me in the way I ought to go.