With all the falseness and fear in society today, it is difficult to find anyone who is sincere and real (I repeat myself). You share your life with us. Thank you for being a good example of a christian who does not cower under evil. It is apparent that you trust God; and God is faithful.
God bless you, your family, your ministry, and give you true and open friends.
Ditto for #1. I could not have said it so well.
Bless you and your beautiful family.
What a wonderful picture! And I add my ditto to Shirley about Don’s comment in #1. Perfectly said. And so true. Thanks for sharing your blessings and joy with us Kendall & Elizabeth (And thanks to Abigail for letting your dad brag a bit! He’s justly proud from all we’ve seen, read and heard about you on the blog!)
I was going to make a comment, but everyone above beat me to it!
Great looking family, Kendall!
As a new father – my daughter is 7 months old- I can truly see how proud you must feel of them all. Has God ever given so wonderful a gift as that of our children? I say no!
Wow, what a handsom family! Hard for me to believe that your kids have grown up. Was it that long ago that we used to journy from Hartsville to Sumter on Wednesday to share the body and blood with you and Charlie Walton?
It could be Henley.
The future is bright.
Um, time to get a haircut? LM
“Um, time to get a haircut?”
Cute kids, thank you for sharing with us.
LM….if you knew the personality under the hair you wouldn’t think about the hair. And….he has already commented to me that it is time for a haircut….better for him to tell me than for me to tell him.
I love them all, Selimah – the outdoors, athletic horse girl. Abigail – the extroverted trailblazer. Nathaniel – the quiet thinker who loves to tease his dad (they think alike)
The hair is a blessing, all too fleeting for some of us :down:
nice to see everyone so well dressed up. graduations have become too casual in recent years….
PS: With all that teenagers go through in general (and the extraordinary pressure put on clergy kids in particular), the last thing they need to be getting grief over is HAIR! Kendall and Elizabeth, you have a beautiful family. May God protect and richly bless you all.
So . . . where is she going to college?
God’s blessings upon you. You and Kendall have a beautiful family, and we are blessed to be able to share in their exploits. Thank you, all.
Abigail is going to The College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio. A small liberal arts college.