Our work weeks are busy, quite busy! But if you know Todd, you already know that!
No matter what job he has, he does it with his whole heart and works hard at it no matter whether its scrubbing floors, or working as the Regional Communication Coordinator for the Asia-Pacific Region along with all the other hats he wears.
Our weekends…… are even busier!
This past Saturday saw us at the race track for the Diamond Motor Supercross 2017 event! Todd helps the medics, from his perch at the highest point on the track so he can see when a rider goes down and he can go running! I position myself in various places to get great action photos! But it typically starts earlier in the morning with set up and various activities, all the while looking for opportunities to share with the riders or pray with them before they gear up and start practice.
Saturday we woke to a downpour. Our hearts sank as we thought of a muddy track, which always means more accidents, as it can be so slick when it is wet. The rain did stop after a few hours, and since the official practice time was not till late morning, the puddles had pretty well soaked in. By the actual start of the event, the track was perfect! God is so good! There were a few accidents and Todd got a lot of running in to get to them quickly to assess them, but no one had to go to the hospital! That is a big praise in this sport.
I got some great shots of great races! (Click here to see) Trying to get the majority of the shots with the sponsor signs in them for promotion. 🙂 There is nothing like the thrill of plunking yourself right in the center of the track with racing dirt bikes all around you and just turning and shooting all day long!
Then, in the evening, as Todd stayed to help clean up all the tables and chairs and trash…… I went home to start editing and posting. That is a much longer process than just spending the whole day taking photos! I started working on them again on Monday after work hours, and I finished up the last batch about 9:00pm Monday night.
Then into Sunday! Race track Tent Church in the morning, including interaction with riders and family members for a few hours and then race home, take a shower to get the dust off, swallow something to keep us going and off we go to the Makati church! Ending up back at the house around 9:30pm! What a whirlwind weekend, but what a full heart we have as we reflect on all that God has allowed us to be involved with, the new connections made and the lives that we continue to witness being transformed by the love of Jesus!
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(psssst….’Sabbath’ – take a rest once in awhile! Love you guys!!
Thanks for the reminder Ray! 😉 As we go along, we are slowly learning to take a rest when we can! But Sunday is filled with incredible ministry opportunities and we cannot hold back! 🙂
I love reading about your “unconventional” ways of evangelizing. Smile. God bless you two in all that you do-and give you strength to keep doing it.
Ruth, we do so appreciate you following the blog and praying! Your words of encouragement are a blessing as well! We are so thankful that the Lord has allowed us to participate in what He is doing in this unique way!