Louisville Life – August 12, 2014

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Greetings friends! DPP_0159

It’s been a few weeks since Katrina and I loaded up the truck and moved to Louisville, so I thought I’d update you on what’s going on with us. After preaching my last service at Reed Springs on July 13th, Katrina and I headed down to Gulf Shores, Alabama for a week of rest and refreshing. After our break, we came back to TN, loaded up a U-Haul, and made the trek to Louisville KY, July 24th.

10527581_492637907535226_1157492527933850605_nThere hasn’t been much to report the first couple of weeks besides unpacking, settling in, and learning the area. We’ve learned that living in a big city has some advantages, such as being minutes from everything. We really like our apartment and all of the neighbors have been very nice.  With God’s grace, we will adapt and survive in Louisville.

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We actually came back to Tennessee this past weekend for Jesse’s (Katrina’s brother) wedding. We are excited to welcome Mrs. Lindsey (Reed) Roberts to the family! We had a great time, but hate that we couldn’t stay and visit with more of our friends and family while we were down. We will be back soon and hopefully can spend more time visiting.

As most of yo10505353_325280150964326_8805999009658381810_nu already know, Katrina and I moved up here on faith believing that God had called us to the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. We moved with some savings from the recent sale of our house in TN, but without any prospects for employment or income. I am thankful to be able to say that Katrina has accepted a job with the Kentucky Baptist Foundation this week and will be starting with them Monday morning. She is very excited. This job is really perfect for her situation right now. It is our desire for Katrina to be able to take classes part-time in the near future in order to finish her Bachelor’s degree.

I am also in the process of seeking a source of income that will complement my class schedule. I will be starting classes Monday morning at the seminary as a full-time student. We know that God will provide us the means to do whatever He desires for our lives. We are confidently waiting on God’s timing and provision. It is a blessing to watch Him open doors and provide for our needs in truly supernatural ways.

We would love to hear from you. I will be sending out regular updates via email and by posting on my website. If you would like to be added to my email list, send me an email request to be added.

I want to thank all of you for your prayers and support during this transition. Continue to pray for us that we will be used by God and that He will open doors for us to serve Him in Louisville.

Sincerely,

Ray Umphrey

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