Haymon Greece Trip, Thessolinikki update

   
The first day of our visit to Greece, Bro. Strickland, the senior missionary to Greece (since 1986), graciously commenced to become our tour guide. Wow! What a blessing he is! We began our week’s journey through New Testament history in ancient Corinth. 

 
I’m seated here on the “Bema” (Judgment Seat, c. 44 AD) of the Governor Gallio. Acts 12 describes Apostle Paul being brought before this court by opposing Jews. This seat was where Roman officials sat to pass judgment on legal matters.

   
The Haymon II family in front of Temple of Apollo in ancient Corinth. This was one of the largest and most important cities of ancient Greece. 

 
A Bysantine fortress overlooking the Agean Sea. 

 
Our second day in Greece, we’re en route to Thessolonikki. Here are shots of Greek Orthodox monasteries built on rocky mountain tops.   
    
 
Our hosts, Bro. Brian Norman and Missionary Strickland. 

   
 
Guess who this pasture made me miss?

We love and miss the flock of God at CAC Denver!

Please send prayers for our Wednesday evening service among the modern “Thessalonian” saints. We arrived late in the day, but could see that Thessolonikki (the modern name) is a beautiful seaside city. By God’s grace we’ll sing, testify, and preach here, the entire family having been invited to participate in the service. We’re excited and want to be a blessing. 

God bless all our friends and church family who faithfully make such travel and experiences possible!

Pastor & LaRonda Haymon

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A spiritual shepherd who loves the Saintly flock of God at CAC; who loves his family, and who loves the Apostolic doctrine and the Pentecost

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