Prayer Support Team Update for Lud Golz Ministries

April 8th, 2010

Mur and I want to thank everyone who has been praying for us since our last blog.  Friends encouraged us to leave for Nashville a day ahead of schedule to miss the storm that was promised – we did and drove on dry roads, just ahead of a wicked storm – praise God.  Getting there a day early actually worked out well for us because we were able to make contacts with people we were planning to meet before the busy schedule of the conference was in full swing.  We believe we made some very positive connections and look forward to seeing what God is going to do as a result.  Pray for wisdom as we follow up on them and for God to work out His plan through them.

We were able to leave the conference a day early – again just ahead of another storm!!  The TV interview went well – at least that’s what Mur, Deb and Brad and our two little granddaughters felt.  Pray that hearts were touched by the discussion based on my book, Light in the Night for Living in the Day.

Our trip to Florida has been great, though the temperature has been cool.  We got to see our grandson Drew play for Wheaton’s baseball team in Winter Haven and enjoyed seeing Greg who flew down to see his son play as well.  Then we got to see friends who live here and others who are snow birds.  These are folks who pray for us regularly and some who have supported our ministry.  It was a busy week as we stayed in six of their homes and met with others for meals.  It was great to share with them our ministry and have wonderful times of fellowship.

We are now in a home God has provided for us to be alone and get some R & R.  On Sunday we will start our trek home via Tammi’s in North Carolina.  We will get home in time for Lud to preach on Palm Sunday at Cornerstone Bible Church.  Pray for safety on the road and God’s blessing on the ministry at Cornerstone both Palm Sunday and Easter.

If you didn’t get a chance to listen to the radio programs for March 4-17 I encourage you to go to my website,, and click on the archives link and listen or read about the book of Job being a picture of the dynamics of a small group experience.  Let me know if you resonate with the description.