San Francisco

Recently I talked about one of those times when it’s hard being Beth Moore’s daughter. But 99.9% of the time it is a huge blessing. For example, I have literally been all over the world with my mom because of this ministry. Last weekend Jackson and I got to go with her to San Francisco for the Deeper Still conference. San Francisco is the most beautiful city I’ve ever laid eyes on. My spirit was in perpetual praise the entire 36 hours because everywhere I looked the glory of God was shouting out at me. From the blue sky to the green mountains, the beautiful architecture to the sparkling ocean, it was magnificent.

Jackson and I did not get to spend much time at the conference because let’s face it, a twelve-month-old is not going to sit there while Priscilla Shirer, Kay Arthur, and his grandma bring it for an hour and a half or more. But from what I heard, they brought it and most importantly, the Lord brought Himself. My mom couldn’t say enough about how much she loved getting to partner with Priscilla and Kay. They each taught on a different season in the life of David. Kay really bragged on the ladies at the end because they had been so willing to forgo doing the light thing and instead dive into some serious Bible study. The last session was a Q&A with the three speakers. Travis Cottrell pushed my little guy around in the stroller so I could listen. They got to lighten up quite a bit during that session. There was, of course, a lengthy discussion on lipstick. My favorite moment was when Kay said it was a sin. A sin not to wear lipstick.

San Francisco girls, we’d love to hear from you!

Golden Gate Bridge

Jackson and our friend Amy underneath the bridge

Jackson waving at the surfers

Some very sophisticated art

Lombard Street

At the Japanese Tea Garden


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