Running Roads, Seeing Sights, and Moving

For the past 40 days, the family and I have been on the road more often than we have not. My last day at The Chapel was May 31 (the family and I were so blessed by the send-off) and June 1 we hit the road. Today, July 10, we are finally settled into my sister’s house with most of our stuff in storage.

This whirlwind of a tour has brought us from Baton Rouge to Tomball (TX) to Bellville (still in TX, with an excellent meat market) to San Antonio (tourists!) back to Tomball back to Baton Rouge to Tyler (for Pine Cove) to Knoxville to Arlington (VA) to DC (you have to see the White House) to Cumming (in GA—Hey, Michael and Erica!) back to Baton Rouge to Spring (TX—storage unit) back to Baton Rouge and now finally back in Texas (with my sister). We tallied about 5,000 miles of driving (300 of them in a U-Haul) in 40 days. The memories created have been great, but I’m glad to be done driving.

Spring, TX will be our spot for the foreseeable future. I’ll write more in the coming days/weeks, but I’ll soon be starting as the pastor of preaching at Genesis Community Church. I’ll join staff in August and then assume preaching roles in the fall.

We’re looking forward to being here and to getting started, and we are grateful for the support of all who have kept up with us over the years.

One Reply to “Running Roads, Seeing Sights, and Moving”

  1. Hans,
    Thank you SO MUCH! for keeping us posted. Please continue to include us from days gone by. We love you and are praying and rooting for you every step of the way! I always knew that Baton Rouge would not be able to keep you.

    With His great affection,
    Debbie & Bruce

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