Tomorrow is the big day! Going to wake up bright and early so I can be at the church at 4:30 AM to catch a ride to the airport and then a flight to Jamaica. I’m fairly certain I won’t be able to sleep much tonight anyway because of the excitement, and I have never been able to sleep much in a car or a plane, so I’m hopeful that a few extra doses of caffeine will get me through what will be a long day. We will hit the ground running tomorrow afternoon and leap right into performing and teaching at a Worship Leader’s Conference near Montego Bay.
From an earthly standpoint, the timing for this trip is not great for me. My wife just had unexpected major surgery last week and is slowly recovering, so it’s not the best time for me to be leaving. Our kids will be good helpers, I’m sure, but I feel like there are things that she is going to need that I will be too far away to take care of. Additionally, she has a follow-up appointment with the surgeon on Monday which I will miss that is pretty important. I will have internet access in Jamaica, though, which will help bridge the gap a little bit. (How else would I keep you informed about how the trip is going?)
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Most importantly, can I ask that you pray for us? Here’s some things for which I am praying and would appreciate your prayers as well:
One more note – one of the guys who is going with me on the trip (and bringing his family) has his own website over at “BuildingYourBand.com.” Go check it out! And while you are at it, you can look at the website for the ministry whose vision gave rise to this trip – “Teach412.com.”This blog post was written by Brian Beasley - Visit Brian Beasley Music.com