Governor Perdue and the pilot
David Gilliland #38, Our friend, Brian Dunnaway works on the pit crew for the M&M team.
Carl Edwards #99 was a very nice guy and wanted us to meet his mother! A very classy lady.
Governor Perdue and the pilot
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I headed to the beach with Deanna and Kim for a couple of days and met Hollie and Addie for a quickie girls getaway....We had so much fun....Addie is such a diva in every way! Here she is looking at a "Fishing in the Gulf" book and talking on the phone to her daddy. I am not sure what we are going to do about her. Hopie stayed at home with her daddy so she could go to school. She really likes school. Addie already knows everything!
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We are in Buenos Aires tonight for Johnny to do a men's conference. Tomorrow we will travel to the Word of Life property in Monte for the Timothy+Barnabas conference where we will minister to many pastors and students who just love Johnny Hunt! He is almost royalty here! Please pray for us as we try to encourage these men and women. Last night we were at a banquet to honor the staff of the Word of Life Ministry. Their singers sang in Spanish, Newsong's "Jesus to the World". When they began singing, I thought, that sure does sound familiar and Jeremy Law looked at me and said, "That is Newsong's music! How exciting it was for us to hear that...... Look for more pictures of Argentina to come.
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Johnny and I were able to spend a few days at Panama City Beach last weekend. However, Johnny's trip was shortened a bit when he had to return home for another funeral. Another long time friend, Charlie Hyde, died and Johnny had the privilege of speaking at his service. However, I stayed behind to "hold down the beach!" That means I had to stay behind to fish....A boy did I catch a doozie! You may not be able to tell from the picture, but it is a very very large fish! You can ask Jake.....he had to take it off the hook...it was not a quarter fish...it was more like a dollar fish. Oh, I guess I still owe Jake a dollar!
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It was a very sad week as we said 'Goodbye' to our sweet friend Mike Swims. God received him into heaven on Friday, September 28 and we had his celebration of life service on Sunday afternoon, September 30. It was a very encouraging service and several people prayed to receive Christ at the service. Many testimonies were given of how Mike was a dedicated Christian man whose love for Christ was evident in everything he said and did at work (co-owner of Dixie Speedway) and everything else he was involved in. Please pray for his wonderful wife, Debra and their two children, Chase and Breanna. Chase is away at college in Alabama and Bre is a student at Woodstock High School. For more on the life of Mike Swims go to http://www.dixiespeedway.com/ and view the guestbook.
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