Lowrie Family to Croatia

Another soldier has gone home…Thank you all so much for praying for my wife and her family over these last weeks. She went back in mid August and was able to be with her family during her dad’s last days . Lucas and I arrived too late for the visitation at the funeral home on Thursday, Sept. 1st but I had the privilege to preach his funeral on Friday Sept. 2nd. My father in law, John Aldrich, was a preacher of the gospel for 60 years, I called him dad. He was a hero, my friend, a counselor, encouragement, faithful example, prayer warrior. We miss him greatly but look forward to that glad reunion day ahead. Please continue to pray for my mother-in-law. She is a strong lady, deter- mined to live on her own, but not in great health.

BITTERSWEET — This trip was FILLED with emotional highs and lows (goodbyes). This was my first trip back to the US in just over 3.5 years so getting to see our boys, their wives, and our grand- children…whew HALLELUJAH! We met our precious twin GRAND- daughters that you have been praying for (L-London R– Lorelai) and we left our youngest, Lucas to begin his adult journey in the U.S. He is doing well and we are thankful for your continued prayers for him. (Might be mom and day that need those prayers as much or more)

Special Thanks — We are so very thankful for those who took care of services and all of the details during our time away. We are very thank- ful for the people of New Life who stepped up. Thank you to Bro. Thomas Isaacson (bottom left) who came from our home church to do most of the services along with Bro. Ralph Juliuson, Bro Ron Winkler, Bro Matt Miller, Bro Rich Telebar. And last but certainly not least; Ms. Sarah Bradley and Ms Charissa Willis (intern) who are both here working with us.

Thank you for your prayers, encouragement, & support!


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