July 11, 2007

My wife and I have been travelling in Virginia and Maryland for the past few days. It was good to have dinner with my newly married daughter and son-in-law, and to visit the midweek service at the Mongomery County Church of Christ in the Baltimore area, where they will be members. We also took an opportunity to visit the Sunday services of the Timberville Church of Christ in the north Virginia mountains, about forty minutes from the condo where we were staying. Those were two very different groups culturally, but with all of the most important things in common. We had a delightful time with both congregations.

My online activities have been curtailed for the past week as a result of my travel. I hope to get some time this weekend to catch up.


  1. Just want to let you know abuot a young guy who is walking around the world as a pilgrimage of prayer for Christian unity. Setting out on the 14th of December 2006, Samuel Clear, will walk from Cape Branco , the eastern most point of Brazil, up through South America, Central America and North America, across Russia and down through Europe to Santiago de Compostela , Spain . The journey will encompass approximately 29,000km over 564 days of which approximately 18,000km will be travelled on foot. The entire journey is a pilgrimage and day by day, each location is in itself the destination. As Sam slowly travels around the world he will be praying for the unity of all Christians and inviting Christian’s worldwide to join him in walking and praying for unity. To read more on Sam’s mission, look at http://www.ymt.com.au/walk4one

  2. Dave,That is a remarkable project by Samuel Clear. Thank you for bringing it to my attention.

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