Adios ol’ Glorious Bus…

We had the best bus for so many years of serving the Lord here in Nicaragua and today she went on to a new home. There are many many many memories of serving the Lord in this old Alachua County School District School Bus! Many friends commemorated their trips to Nicaragua by signing the roof…so there is huge sentimental value to us all!

But God is so good and during a time that we have not been using the bus very much at all, Mr. Buzbee started to feel led by the Lord to give the bus away. Around the same time our long time friends Edgard and Judith had found themselves in need of a way to transport people with their new church and ministry that has been growing over the past few years. They are an awesome couple and family and are doing great Jesus things here in Nicaragua. So our Ol’ Glorious bus has found a new home…Praise The Lord!

When the time comes again to host teams, we know the Lord will make a way to move everyone around! But we know everyone will be just as excited as we are to see this bus glorify Jesus. We think it is awesome when things that are only of material earthly possession have such good use for God’s good things…Amen to that!

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2 Comments on “Adios ol’ Glorious Bus…

  1. Hello, Friends!!

    I smile when I see these pictures – So many wonderful memories.

    I am sending you all good thoughts and hoping you are well and safe.

    Take good care! Adrianna

    *Adrianna Truby* *Academic Dean* 8001 S.W. 184 Street, Miami, FL 33157 *Mailing Address:* 7900 SW 176th Street, Miami, FL 33157 (305) 969-4233 | atruby@palmertrinity.org http://www.palmertrinity.org

    On Thu, Mar 11, 2021 at 4:51 PM Open Hearts Nicaragua – Farrington Family wrote:

    > Chachi posted: ” (click here if this email does not display correctly) We > had the best bus for so many years of serving the Lord here in Nicaragua > and today she went on to a new home. There are many many many memories of > serving the Lord in this old Alachua Count” >

  2. Just happy to see a bus from Alachua County (home of the Fighting Gators) having blessed a buncho of die-hard Seminoles in the ministires God has called them to here in the land of Lakes & Volcanoes! 😉

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