The service at Kaleidescope Church was a joy to preach in. I believe the Holy Spirit spoke. (the service was video taped and we are getting a copy for those who might want to hear it) They were a very gracious people and loving group. God used the service to speak too many including me. How clearly do I see Jesus?
Cathy said; I have heard you preach about this verse before, but there was something different about this one. God clearly spoke today. It was very good. What a joy to have such a godly wife!
Afterwards we learned that Colin Brown (good friend of Rolf and Lizzie who we have gotten to know) had experienced chest pains and been taken to the hospital. We left the church, had a quick lunch and headed to the hospital. We were greeted with concern on the face of Adrienne his wife. Tears flowed from their daughter Heather.
It appeared that Colin had a heart attack. Answers would be coming from tests soon. We sat and prayed and embraced one another. The unknown is so fearful.
Later that evening Rolf and I returned to the hospital to see Colin before we fly out tomorrow morning. Calm had taken over as a stint had been put in one artery. Another would need attention later in the week, but Colin was stable. Cathy and I find our minds racing to Memphis and the bedside of Linda Dickens. It is not easy being this far away when you know medical issues are in question.
Four decade veteran of youth ministry in churches, Youth For Christ and now is the Founder and Executive Director of Deeper Still Missions. Danny and his wife Cathy spend most of their time mentoring missionaries in Africa, Europe, Central America and North America. Future opportunities include South America and the Asia Pacific area.