Well, Rob is visiting a different church this evening. It is like 45 minutes from us. It is a Southern Baptist Church, Founders-Friendly. We are currently attending a non-denominational church. It is a good church. It was a great place to call home while we worked through our doctinal changes. We are currently considering changing churches. We are looking into SBC, Founders-Friendly churches. There is one here in UC, however, we wanted to see what a larger, more established church is all about. God has been so good to us through all these changes. He shows us more each day. When we left the organization we were a part of, we didn't want to join a "denomination" at that time. We want to follow God through all this. Like, I said he continues to reveal truths to us each day. I'll have to say, one thing we were and still are trying to avoid is a "legalistic" church. We just left one of those. Please help us pray concerning this matter. Here is the website of the church we visited. http://www.ncmbc.org/ Oh, yeah, we all went this morning. It was nice. However, the pastor was not there. He evidently was at a Reformed Theology Convention. The people were friendly, and went on and on about how they loved their pastor. They all told us, "you have to come back and hear our Pastor." So, Rob went tonight. We didn't go with him, Jordan had a friend who was already planning to go to our current church with him so they rode the church bus. Austin and Zach were at a b-day party, and didn't get home until 5 ish. We only have 1 car, so that is that. Oh, I really didn't want to ride the bus with 60 kids. UGH!!!! I'm getting old, can't handle it too well.
Austin, Zach and I rode our bikes to McDonalds for an ice cream. It was a absolutely beautiful day to ride bikes. It was a nice ride, well, overall. We had a few set backs, but we made it. It is about 1 mile one way, so it was approximately 2 miles. No complaints. They problems we encountered:
1.) Austin's chain fell of the bike 1/2 way to McDonalds. Luckily we were close to Jordan's friends, at which Jordan's bike was. We just got it. The seat was a little too high. We stopped at the Fire Department, and they lowered the seat for us.
2.) While at the fire department for Austin's seat problem. Zach chain fell off. They fixed that too. So other than that. We made it both ways, all of us are still alive. Thank God for small miracles.
Enough of my ramblings. Have a blessed week. I'm off to do laundry. Fun huh!