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I have an extra hour tonight before I hit the sack, so it gave me some time to share with you.This will be a little longer than normal as there is so much to be thankful for and to share. I just returned last week from Kansas and Missouri and had a wonderful trip. I enjoyed wonderful fellowship with Pastor Rooks and Grace Baptist tabernacle in Ft. Scott, as well as Pastor Adrian and Liberty Baptist In Basehor, Kansas. Both of those churches did an amazing job of collecting food and clothing for us. the sixteen foot Budget rental truck was so full that the truck flaps were dragging on the ground when I had to turn corners. I drove from 7am until 10pm to make it back. At every junction there were dedicated workers to help us load and unoad the truck. I also had a good time of fellowship with Pastor Gibbs and Pastor Phil of Abundant Life. On the fun side I was able to visit the Negro Baseball Hall of Fame, and the Truman Presidential Library and Museum. I was also able to run the Emma Aronson memorial 5K run in Independence ,Mo and was honored to pray the prayer before the race. Without altitude I was able to run a minute and four seconds faster than I had recently in Denver and take second in my age group. On Friday after I returned home I was able to speak on KPOF  and share our needs. Before I was out of the studio we received a call from a listener to provide two vans and two drivers to help with transportation for the Outreach. this past Wednesday Costco donated fourteen tables to us, and on Friday out of the blue a former State trooper working construction on a house across the alley way from the church donated his time with a coworker to help me get a huge cast iron stove out of the building so we could get ours in place. This Tuesday another man not from the church will donate his time for free to hook them all up. On the 15th we will be on 630 AM KHOW on the Tom Martino show as guests to talk about our thanksgiving Outreach. Tom came out last year and shared a testimony and offered to have us share on his program. this will be the first time we have had that opportunity on a secular station.  Last Friday we did a fall festival and had 50 children with many of them coming from a homeless  hotel on Colfax. there were 17 decisions for salvation. We have also sold our house and will be moving some of our things into the house that my inlaws had owned. we have decided to give a lot of our furniture from our house in Arvada to some of our needy church people. Today although it was a lot of work, it was a joy to see how happy these people were as we were able to have the father and son come to the house and help me transport the furniture to there apartment building. we did have to carry it up three flights of stairs. Thank God for the crossfit I have been doing since January. Incidentally CrossFit Undeniable collected and donated 184 jackets and coats for our Thanksgiving Outreach. The dates are the 19th and the 23rd starting at 11AM. By the way we have to have everything out of our house by the 16th and I still work for a living. Praise God for new opportunities. My wife now picks up pastry and sandwiches from three Starbucks every night. God bless Pastor Richmondhave an extra hour tonight before I hit the sack, so it gave me some time to share with you.This will be a little longer than normal as there is so much to be thankful for and to share. I just returned last week from Kansas and Missouri and had a wonderful trip. I enjoyed wonderful fellowship with Pastor Rooks and Grace Baptist tabernacle in Ft. Scott, as well as Pastor Adrian and Liberty Baptist In Basehor, Kansas. Both of those churches did an amazing job of collecting food and clothing for us. the sixteen foot Budget rental truck was so full that the truck flaps were dragging on the ground when I had to turn corners. I drove from 7am until 10pm to make it back. At every junction there were dedicated workers to help us load and unoad the truck. I also had a good time of fellowship with Pastor Gibbs and Pastor Phil of Abundant Life. On the fun side I was able to visit the Negro Baseball Hall of Fame, and the Truman Presidential Library and Museum. I was also able to run the Emma Aronson memorial 5K run in Independence ,Mo and was honored to pray the prayer before the race. Without altitude I was able to run a minute and four seconds faster than I had recently in Denver and take second in my age group. On Friday after I returned home I was able to speak on KPOF  and share our needs. Before I was out of the studio we received a call from a listener to provide two vans and two drivers to help with transportation for the Outreach. this past Wednesday Costco donated fourteen tables to us, and on Friday out of the blue a former State trooper working construction on a house across the alley way from the church donated his time with a coworker to help me get a huge cast iron stove out of the building so we could get ours in place. This Tuesday another man not from the church will donate his time for free to hook them all up. On the 15th we will be on 630 AM KHOW on the Tom Martino show as guests to talk about our thanksgiving Outreach. Tom came out last year and shared a testimony and offered to have us share on his program. this will be the first time we have had that opportunity on a secular station.  Last Friday we did a fall festival and had 50 children with many of them coming from a homeless  hotel on Colfax. there were 17 decisions for salvation. We have also sold our house and will be moving some of our things into the house that my inlaws had owned. we have decided to give a lot of our furniture from our house in Arvada to some of our needy church people. Today although it was a lot of work, it was a joy to see how happy these people were as we were able to have the father and son come to the house and help me transport the furniture to there apartment building. we did have to carry it up three flights of stairs. Thank God for the crossfit I have been doing since January. Incidentally CrossFit Undeniable collected and donated 184 jackets and coats for our Thanksgiving Outreach. The dates are the 19th and the 23rd starting at 11AM. By the way we have to have everything out of our house by the 16th and I still work for a living. Praise God for new opportunities. My wife now picks up pastry and sandwiches from three Starbucks every night. God bless Pastor RichmondI have an extra hour tonight before I hit the sack, so it gave me some time to share with you.This will be a little longer than normal as there is so much to be thankful for and to share. I just returned last week from Kansas and Missouri and had a wonderful trip. I enjoyed wonderful fellowship with Pastor Rooks and Grace Baptist tabernacle in Ft. Scott, as well as Pastor Adrian and Liberty Baptist In Basehor, Kansas. Both of those churches did an amazing job of collecting food and clothing for us. the sixteen foot Budget rental truck was so full that the truck flaps were dragging on the ground when I had to turn corners. I drove from 7am until 10pm to make it back. At every junction there were dedicated workers to help us load and unoad the truck. I also had a good time of fellowship with Pastor Gibbs and Pastor Phil of Abundant Life. On the fun side I was able to visit the Negro Baseball Hall of Fame, and the Truman Presidential Library and Museum. I was also able to run the Emma Aronson memorial 5K run in Independence ,Mo and was honored to pray the prayer before the race. Without altitude I was able to run a minute and four seconds faster than I had recently in Denver and take second in my age group. On Friday after I returned home I was able to speak on KPOF  and share our needs. Before I was out of the studio we received a call from a listener to provide two vans and two drivers to help with transportation for the Outreach. this past Wednesday Costco donated fourteen tables to us, and on Friday out of the blue a former State trooper working construction on a house across the alley way from the church donated his time with a coworker to help me get a huge cast iron stove out of the building so we could get ours in place. This Tuesday another man not from the church will donate his time for free to hook them all up. On the 15th we will be on 630 AM KHOW on the Tom Martino show as guests to talk about our thanksgiving Outreach. Tom came out last year and shared a testimony and offered to have us share on his program. this will be the first time we have had that opportunity on a secular station.  Last Friday we did a fall festival and had 50 children with many of them coming from a homeless  hotel on Colfax. there were 17 decisions for salvation. We have also sold our house and will be moving some of our things into the house that my inlaws had owned. we have decided to give a lot of our furniture from our house in Arvada to some of our needy church people. Today although it was a lot of work, it was a joy to see how happy these people were as we were able to have the father and son come to the house and help me transport the furniture to there apartment building. we did have to carry it up three flights of stairs. Thank God for the crossfit I have been doing since January. Incidentally CrossFit Undeniable collected and donated 184 jackets and coats for our Thanksgiving Outreach. The dates are the 19th and the 23rd starting at 11AM. By the way we have to have everything out of our house by the 16th and I still work for a living. Praise God for new opportunities. My wife now picks up pastry and sandwiches from three Starbucks every night. God bless Pastor RichmondI have an extra hour tonight before I hit the sack, so it gave me some time to share with you.This will be a little longer than normal as there is so much to be thankful for and to share. I just returned last week from Kansas and Missouri and had a wonderful trip. I enjoyed wonderful fellowship with Pastor Rooks and Grace Baptist tabernacle in Ft. Scott, as well as Pastor Adrian and Liberty Baptist In Basehor, Kansas. Both of those churches did an amazing job of collecting food and clothing for us. the sixteen foot Budget rental truck was so full that the truck flaps were dragging on the ground when I had to turn corners.
 
I drove from 7am until 10pm to make it back. At every junction there were dedicated workers to help us load and unoad the truck. I also had a good time of fellowship with Pastor Gibbs and Pastor Phil of Abundant Life. On the fun side I was able to visit the Negro Baseball Hall of Fame, and the Truman Presidential Library and Museum. I was also able to run the Emma Aronson memorial 5K run in Independence ,Mo and was honored to pray the prayer before the race. Without altitude I was able to run a minute and four seconds faster than I had recently in Denver and take second in my age group. On Friday after I returned home I was able to speak on KPOF  and share our needs.
 
Before I was out of the studio we received a call from a listener to provide two vans and two drivers to help with transportation for the Outreach. this past Wednesday Costco donated fourteen tables to us, and on Friday out of the blue a former State trooper working construction on a house across the alley way from the church donated his time with a coworker to help me get a huge cast iron stove out of the building so we could get ours in place. This Tuesday another man not from the church will donate his time for free to hook them all up. On the 15th we will be on 630 AM KHOW on the Tom Martino show as guests to talk about our thanksgiving Outreach. Tom came out last year and shared a testimony and offered to have us share on his program. this will be the first time we have had that opportunity on a secular station.  .
 
Last Friday we did a fall festival and had 50 children with many of them coming from a homeless  hotel on Colfax. there were 17 decisions for salvation. We have also sold our house and will be moving some of our things into the house that my inlaws had owned. we have decided to give a lot of our furniture from our house in Arvada to some of our needy church people. Today although it was a lot of work, it was a joy to see how happy these people were as we were able to have the father and son come to the house and help me transport the furniture to there apartment building. we did have to carry it up three flights of stairs. Thank God for the crossfit I have been doing since January. Incidentally CrossFit Undeniable collected and donated 184 jackets and coats for our Thanksgiving Outreach. The dates are the 19th and the 23rd starting at 11AM. By the way we have to have everything out of our house by the 16th and I still work for a living. Praise God for new opportunities. My wife now picks up pastry and sandwiches from three Starbucks every night. God bless Pastor Richmond

I have an extra hour tonight before I hit the sack, so it gave me some time to share with you.This will be a little longer than normal as there is so much to be thankful for and to share. I just returned last week from Kansas and Missouri and had a wonderful trip. I enjoyed wonderful fellowship with Pastor Rooks and Grace Baptist tabernacle in Ft. Scott, as well as Pastor Adrian and Liberty Baptist In Basehor, Kansas. Both of those churches did an amazing job of collecting food and clothing for us. the sixteen foot Budget rental truck was so full that the truck flaps were dragging on the ground when I had to turn corners. I drove from 7am until 10pm to make it back. At every junction there were dedicated workers to help us load and unoad the truck. I also had a good time of fellowship with Pastor Gibbs and Pastor Phil of Abundant Life. On the fun side I was able to visit the Negro Baseball Hall of Fame, and the Truman Presidential Library and Museum. I was also able to run the Emma Aronson memorial 5K run in Independence ,Mo and was honored to pray the prayer before the race. Without altitude I was able to run a minute and four seconds faster than I had recently in Denver and take second in my age group. On Friday after I returned home I was able to speak on KPOF  and share our needs. Before I was out of the studio we received a call from a listener to provide two vans and two drivers to help with transportation for the Outreach. this past Wednesday Costco donated fourteen tables to us, and on Friday out of the blue a former State trooper working construction on a house across the alley way from the church donated his time with a coworker to help me get a huge cast iron stove out of the building so we could get ours in place. This Tuesday another man not from the church will donate his time for free to hook them all up. On the 15th we will be on 630 AM KHOW on the Tom Martino show as guests to talk about our thanksgiving Outreach. Tom came out last year and shared a testimony and offered to have us share on his program. this will be the first time we have had that opportunity on a secular station.  Last Friday we did a fall festival and had 50 children with many of them coming from a homeless  hotel on Colfax. there were 17 decisions for salvation. We have also sold our house and will be moving some of our things into the house that my inlaws had owned. we have decided to give a lot of our furniture from our house in Arvada to some of our needy church people. Today although it was a lot of work, it was a joy to see how happy these people were as we were able to have the father and son come to the house and help me transport the furniture to there apartment building. we did have to carry it up three flights of stairs. Thank God for the crossfit I have been doing since January. Incidentally CrossFit Undeniable collected and donated 184 jackets and coats for our Thanksgiving Outreach. The dates are the 19th and the 23rd starting at 11AM. By the way we have to have everything out of our house by the 16th and I still work for a living. Praise God for new opportunities. My wife now picks up pastry and sandwiches from three Starbucks every night. God bless Pastor Richmond

 
 
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