My husband is a minister of music. He is an ordained pastor at our church, and has other duties as well, such as teaching a Bible Study and Prayer, leading a small Bible study group, visiting the elderly members of our congregation that cannot come to church, and visiting people who are sick or in the hospital. I am so proud of him; and I am also sad I cannot support the ministries we were involved in together, like I used to. I have tried to be more regular in my church attendance and sing in the choir, but I always end up having a relapse.
|The Sons of Jubal courtesy of [Music and Worship], GBC|
He had to go to Augusta, Georgia to sing with the Jubal Chorus, which is actually two groups combined -- The Sons of Jubal and The Jubalheirs. Both of these groups are led by the director of music from the Georgia Baptist State Convention. They have been on mission trips and sung in many countries all over the world. Last spring, they went to China and they also sang in North Korea's spring festival. This was a wonderous event bathed by much prayer. In one concert in N. Korea, the audience even hummed and sang "Amazing Grace" with them. My husband also plays the trombone, so he always sits with the Jubal Brass. He gets to play and sing with over 200 men. What a glorious sound!
|Just add my face, a brace, and a walker. Ouchy old knee.|
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Are joint issues, including knees and other joints an issue for you? Do you usually go the doctor or self-treat for a few days?