Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Just an update

Just came through the ten days of our district campmeeting. We drove to Vermontville, NY several times throughout the week. Gets tiring when you work all day and then drive 1 1/2 hours, have a service, and then drive home. Anyway, it was a good time and enjoyed seeing many friends.
On Sunday, Jordan started running a fever, and with his history of fevers we were all concerned. Jeffrey stayed home with him on Monday and then Tina wasn't feeling well, so they all went to the afterhours clinic in Canton. Jordan and Tina both have Strep throat. Hopefully, none of the rest of us will have it. Anyway, that is the update at this time. Until later, have a good day!

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Jordan wearing Nanna'a turban

This first picture is Jordan wanting to climb up on my lap and play with the camera, he wasn't real happy with me. The other pictures are of him wearing Grandma's turban twistie that she had on her hair after she washed it. He took it from her and then we put it on him. He thought he was pretty cool.

Thursday, July 9, 2009

Sorry about the link

Sorry about the link to the ordination service not working. It was working when I put it on there, but if any changes were made afterward it wouldn't work. I will put the link to our conference website and then you can look at the menu on the left. Find the line for the 88th conference and then you can open it and click on the icon for the ordination. Again, sorry!


Wednesday, July 8, 2009


Here is the link to our conference website so you can see more pictures from the ordination service.


You can click on the link or you can copy and paste this link and it will take you to the ordination pictures on the website.

Tuesday, July 7, 2009

Let me introduce . . .

Rev. Jeffrey L. McCallus, Jr. and his wife Tina.

Today, at Victory Grove Campground, in Colonie, NY, our son Jeffrey was ordained to the ministry. This is after his college work being completed, three years of pastoring and many interviews by the council, and examining board. We are so proud of him and trust God to continue helping them as the labor for HIM! (Jordan was off playing ball somewhere)