Coming Home

Time does not allow me to reflect in this space all that has happened for us on this ten day tour of Great Cities churches in Peru, Bolivia, and Chile. My plan is to use all of this week to post pictures and summarize my thoughts. Right now we are packing up and getting ready for a few hours of sight-seeing in Santiago before boarding a plane this evening, flying through the night to DFW, and arriving home at AMA at 9:00 Tuesday morning.

It’ll be nice to watch the Spurs wrap up their fifth NBA title tomorrow night on my own TV, from my own micro-fiber couch, with English speaking announcers describing the action. It’ll be nice to drink Diet Dr Pepper again. And we can’t wait to get to Blue Sky and Ruby Tequila’s!

It feels like I haven’t seen my girls in about a year. And it feels like months since I’ve preached. I can’t wait to get home. ‘

Yeah, home. Central. Home, Amarillo.

I believe I just realized that when I say “home,” I’m thinking about Amarillo.





  1. Sara R.

    That brought a little tear to my eye… Home, Amarillo. Amen, brother.

  2. jason reeves

    That guy’s body language is saying, “Get off me homie!”

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