Wow, it's been almost two weeks since my last post. A lot has happened since then and I will do my best to update everyone. Right now I am at 35000 ft over the south pacific coming back from Australia. Sheryl and I got married on the gold coast, and we have been on our honeymoon. So that is the main reason for my not posting for them past two weeks. My first priority was to spend time and get to know my new bride. Our honeymoon was great, but not very orthodox. More on that later. I don't really know where to start, But I'll try to fill in all, or at least some of the blanks.
We arrived in Australia a day late. We were scheduled to get married on the beach, but since we were late, we actually got married in Revolution Church. It was after their evening service and the presence of God was so strong. It was real an awesome ceremony. We said our vows, the same ones we said with the family before we left, and we were prayed over and prophesied over as well. We were staying for the first few days on the 67th floor of the Q1 building and the view was unbelievable.
I said the honeymoon was totally unorthodox and it was. We spent Monday thru Friday in a seminar on Kingdom finances. Each day started off with about an hour worship, followed by some great teaching from T. Then we had lunch and every afternoon a different ministry group came in to minister to us. We were prayed over, prophesied over and loved on. It was an unbelievable time of receiving. The evenings were normally spent going out to dinner with T and his family. We were a group of over 20 when we all got together, so nothing happened fast.
But at the same time, Sheryl and I did find time for each other. Being together just showed me how much love instill had to give, and even more, how much more love I needed to receive. But this week has also set the course of our life and ministry. We will have to see how it plays out, but we received numerous words about international traveled. We also received words that have to make choices. Our lives together are like a blank canvass, and Papa is giving us choices that will fill it in. These were interesting words, and rang true to things that He has been telling us. So here we are, coming home.
Yesterday we spent together in Sydney just sightseeing. There is so much to do and many decisions to make when we get home. In some ways, I wish we could just stay in Australia, but our life is not there, although I know we will be back many times. So it is time to come home. If I get a chance, I'll post this in LA. But more than likely it will be in Atlanta before I post it. I do plan on continuing the blog. But we needed this time to begin to form our lives together. I know everyone will understand. See you all back in Atlanta.