This past weekend one of the best things happened to me again.
My good friend and buddy Bobby Snyder returned home for his father’s wedding here in Prescott Arizona.
For me, one of the best things is having the opportunity to meet and get to know some amazing people over the long term.
Sustainable relationships are a great gift in our culture today. In an atmosphere of no commitment and “here today, gone tomorrow” relationships, long term friends are to be treasured.
I really love the old framer prophet Amos who ask the question; “Can two walk together unless they have agreed to do so?” Amos 3:3
Some of the best things in my pastoral life are not things…they are treasured long term friends who always come back to share their life, say hello now and again, and make my life much richer because they are just there with you .
Today, you get the opportunity to be with the people who will keep you from Isolating yourself in the cocoon of self banishment – enjoy every moment with them.
Bobby leaves next month for Afghanistan and you can believe I will be praying for his safe and quick return.
Lead pastor—Prescott 1st A/G