Testimony that I needed to hear! Dear Pastor McLarnin,
There are other places where I could start, but this is a good one. I've now been "present" at your morning "live broadcast" six continuous times, and intend to continue. Why so long and so late(ly). I've only had a computer and a connection with the Internet for a rather short time. I'm seventy-two years of age, so when I say that all of this is quite new to me, you will understand.
I'd like to go on for awhile, but think I should wait to hear from you first. I thought the "Titanic" sermon with it's emphasis on people who have made a shipwreck of their lives without even thinking about it until long after it "happens" was a real gift from God. I'm born again (since three years of age) and so have some history, though really not much to share.
Now to Miss Martin: The kind of testimony I needed to hear. Maybe we do not have so much beyond our salvation and our love for God our Saviour in common, but then perhaps we do have a lot in common.
I've watched the (January Outreach) video twice now, and have two rather unimportant questions for you or Miss Martin: You mentioned where Miss Martin was originally from, and Miss Martin named where she and her mother moved to, but I didn't hear well enough to catch these. My space is gone.