Monday, April 20, 2009

Traveling this week - in Vancouver

On Sunday Night I preached on Noah, did you know that Noah had four sisters, and that Noah was a woman?

But first,

Saturday I work on our prayer letters for the month, and follow up on some contacts. If interested, I’ll send you our letter via email. Contact me at

Gracie is a four year old who comes to church with her grandmother, Debbie. On Sunday morning Gracie realized it was Sunday and she got excited about coming to church and she said “Oh good we get to go to church and hear what God has to say”.

Sunday afternoon we had two Nursing Home services and had a great time in the Lord with these dear folks.

At 5 this morning, I hit the road for a 10 hour drive to Vancouver. Tonight I was at Greater Vancouver Baptist Church for the Western Prison and Addiction Ministry Conference. Praise the Lord for the challenges in reaching the lost.

I’ll keep you posted at per this conference.

Sure the Bible teaches Noah had four sisters, and that Noah was a woman.

Num 26:33 And Zelophehad the son of Hepher had no sons, but daughters: and the names of the daughters of Zelophehad were Mahlah, and Noah, Hoglah, Milcah, and Tirzah.

There you go, Noah and four sisters.

How about that Hoglah a name for your daughter. Now I went to Hogg Jr High in Tyler, Texas, named after Stephen James Hogg a governor of Texas. Now Gov. Hogg had a daughter Ima. I am telling you the truth. Go ahead and google Ima Hogg.


Johnny said...

What kinda of parent would name there kid, Ima Hogg? I wander if she had many friends?

Bro. Jeff Hallmark said...

Bro. Johnny asked What kinda of parent would name their kid, Ima Hogg?


A Texan of course.

Phyllis Blickensderfer said...

Our church organist at Immanuel Baptist in Tulsa, OK in the 1950's-60's was Imagrey Matthews. No big deal -- unless you knew her maiden name was Wolfe.

Loved the bit about Noah. Will have to use that someday.