Our days in Alberta last week were full of ministry and so fruitful. By Sunday night we were exhausted but blessed as blessed could be. Over the weekend we experienced a tremendous amount of darkness and light and the war between the two. We were reminded of the POWER of the gospel. God filled our hearts with such love for the people at our concerts. Several attendees came to KNOW Jesus as their personal Savior and witnessing their joy afterwards was a beautiful thing! It was such a gift to be a little part of the work Jesus is doing.
Allison doing laundry in Peace River.
Dinner with the pastor + his wife—dear friends of ours.
A big farm brunch, along with rich times of conversation and “spurring onwards” with some of our very first friends from Alberta.
We love the opportunity to meet people and then continue friendships throughout the years! We met these friends through a very bizarre connection, back in 2011, and their Alberta farm has grown to be a regular stop for us when we are in the area.
Backstage, in between songs, we sometimes do wall sits or various other short exercises that are possible to do in concert clothes. You just never know what you might find backstage…=)
On Sunday morning, Josh did a children’s class for the group of children at the church. He did an awesome job and connected very well with all of them.
Someone gave us a huge box of rhubarb. Here we have Josh, Denver, and Rebecca assisting with cutting and freezing.
Great to see these sweet friends again at two of our Alberta concerts!
Hudson and Rebecca-the little welcoming committee at one of our evening concerts. =)
A beautiful evening sunset view on the Alberta prairies.