Everything is Big in Texas

When we are out of town, I like to find a church to visit.

We serve and love our home church.

As I started my search for a church to visit while in Texas, my thoughts went to some of the most famous churches in North America.

Lakewood Church in Houston was an initial thought but Houston is too far away.

I am a fan of Kari Jobe and I remembered reading about her home church being in Dallas.


Yep that’s the one we will visit

I’m so excited for the Worship I can hardly contain myself

They have 3 services on Sunday.

We are on vacation, so we opt for the 12:30.

Sleep in

Leisurely breakfast

Get ready and head out for the 30 minute drive

It’s big!

I had read about its 30,000 plus members.

Ok let’s go mingle

The choir files in

Yes, a worship choir

I’m even more excited

Here are a few samples of the music.

So good

So incredibly good

And there was a special guest singer

Mom and Dad would have loved to hear Guy Penrod from The Gaithers.

I cried. It was so beautiful

The teaching was about why we are or are not healed from our sicknesses. I think we were supposed to be there.

Lunch was an adventure.

I love to try new places and I looked up some places from Diner, Drive-in’s and Dives.

We found Chop House Burger in Dallas and made our way into the city

Dallas is full of old beautiful buildings and pigeons that dive bomb my head as I exit the car

We walked the two blocks to the restaurant

I ordered the Chop House Burger and Steve had the Wine House Burger

Both were outstanding!

We headed back to the hotel to rest up for a few hours.

It’s was going to be a big night in Texas.

About Charmadawn

Jesus lover 💜 Wife of Steve for 36 years 💜 Mom to 2 grown kiddos 💜 BB to grandsons Jack, Luke and Patrick Joseph 💜5 years ago we purchased, Rescued and Restored a 118 year old farmhouse and we live together as a multigenerational household. Come follow our crazy. Isaiah 54:7
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