Saturday, November 8, 2008

Some Pics From My Holland Trip




















This song is good everywhere in the universe...



So is this.


Post-concert comfort food.

23 comments:

Jamie F. said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your pictures. What an amazing thing it is to see people from around the world worshipping our great God and King. Thanks for posting them!!

Cathy Davis said...

I was having a hard time distinguishing between you and Euro Trav!

Great pictures - I love them all! It's great when you know things are universal and then you realize - well of course HE IS!

barbara head said...

Thank you for finding a light in a whole lot of darkness. My husband and I have found in our travels all over Europe that churches are used mostly for funerals and weddings and not much worship. A "dead church" is not a pretty sight. I pray for the youth of Europe.

Toknowhim said...

So glad you are back with your family again. May the fruit of this time away continue to multiply!!!

Love that McDonald's is comfort food.

Blessings

Anonymous said...

Glad to have you back. See you next week at the the Women's Leadership Conference.
Take a ride on the Natchez Trace with your family this week-end. The colors are stunning!!

Cindy N.
Fairview, TN

Tiffani said...

Oh that looks like an amazing time with worship, friends, and FOOD!! I think that McDonald's post-anything comfort food :)!

a #1 thank you :)

Glad you're home safely!

Leah said...

What an awesome opportunity!! Reminds me of when I was in Israel at the Garden Tomb and our group was taking communion. From somewhere in the garden area another group began singing "Amazing Grace" in another language. We knew immediately what the song was although we could not recognize the words and we sang along. I couldn't sing very well because I was crying so hard at the sheer beauty of the whole thing.

I think that is kind of how it will be in heaven. Every nation, tribe and tongue praising the Lamb in unity and harmony

Honea Household said...

So fun! I would've loved to be there! My dad is a music minister and I've sang all my life! I love to sing and worship our Maker!

JayCee said...

Great pix!

ForHisGlory said...

I am amazed! what a beatuiful and neat part of this world to go to! Thank you for sharing!

Bev Brandon said...

In any language, your music is the window to our souls as we all repent and return. I've listened to you every day since we moved to Austin and wish I could put into words what has happened during those times---I'll think about it and comment again later. Loved hearing of the holy Holland experience. He's here. He's there.

Cynthia said...

Holland is beautiful! And that is some serious worshipping you had going on! I can feel the energy from these photos.

hisfivefooter said...

It makes me feel connected to the body and not so "alone" like we feel here in the PNW when I see believers elsewhere in the world just praising Him. Great pics-
"when we all get to heaven, what a day of rejoicing that will be, when we all see Jesus, we'll sing and shout the victory!" I can hardly wait! Love seeing those precious people!

Profbaugh said...

Travis,

It looks like so much fun! Worshiping together, no matter in what country has a universal language of love.

Speaking of love. . .I love the pix! Thanks for posting them and giving me just a glimpse of your trip.

Glad your safe and sound at home.

~Cheryl

calista said...

This looks like too much fun to be called a job....LOL

Really though, I was thinking, you spend so much time around women touring with Beth, you have to have insight. Have you ever considered authoring a book for men about how women worship/bond, etc? I think it would go over well. I know my hubs would read it.

Katherine Page said...

Travis, thanks so much for leading worship today at First Baptist of Houston. Have a safe trip home.

Cindy said...

Thanks for sharing your pics with us. I was privileged to be a part of our Youth Choir's trip to Germany a few years ago. Although they couldn't understand the English words to our songs, God was able to translate.

Jen said...

Thank you for blessing my socks off this morning! I was so honored to sing behind you in the choir and rock it on "Jesus Saves". You're awesome and God was glorified, my friend!

Tara said...

Wow! What awesome pictures from you trip, Travis! How cool it is to see people around the world worshipping God! (And singing In Christ Alone no less!)

Glad that you had such a great trip and that you are home!

PS. In church this morning, there was a missions insert with you on it! It was describing that you wrote the song Go Tell for the Lottie Moon DVD- How cool! We will be watching that with our congregation soon and I can't wait to hear the song!

Mariel said...

what great pics..looks like you guys 'raised the roof' for Jesus!

even 'comfort food' is universal, huh?! :)

Way More Homemade said...

you weren't kidding about everyone holding a mic. that's absolutely amazing to me, being a choir member and all.

Looks like you had a great trip.

Broeder T. (Thimo) said...

Hey Travis!

Now it's time for the Dutch to post a comment. It was great having you here! Time flew by, wich was sad, 'cause we had had a great time, wonderful blessed concerts and a good laugh.

You've been a blessing to us. And I think we should do it all over again as soon as possible. For example in the states... ;-)

Greatings, Thimo

Daniel Semsen said...

what is that? A HAPPY MEAL?

oh gosh...