Renae and I went fishing today. We caught eight fish; one red fish (red drum); two bass; five speckled trout. They were all keepers, (by my standards), but we threw them back in. It was a catch-and-release day. Makes me feel good to do that.
While we were out on the water we bumped into a few people from PCC who were in their party boats, I mean pontoon boats. We beached at Scavanes Point in Blackwater Bay (a place my father often went to) and had lunch with them. It was a great day to be on water. Just another reason why I like living in NW Florida.
I took the photo of the boats and Renae took the group picture. (Yours truly is in the back row with the yellow fishing shirt and ridiculous hat. But hey, I was fishing today, not trying to impress anybody. Apparently I succeeded at both endeavors).
This is my personal blog. I write about making disciples, the local church, the church I pastor, and other related topics. These entries are usually directed to the congregation I lead, hopefully exerting some measure of influence on them, as well as including them with information about the state of our church. In many ways, this is my second pulpit. My blog also includes personal information about myself and family – usually very transparent, and sometimes humorous. Hope you enjoy.