Ice Storms and Travel

Braving the storm

With all of the travel we do for speaking, we are extremely grateful for safety on the road. Sometimes we are even more grateful. The other day we woke up to snow on the ground with blowing snow and ice freezing our car doors shut and road conditions which closed the schools.

As much as we would have liked to huddle inside our host’s nicely warmed home and sip on hot tea, there loomed ahead a pressing need to brave the storm and travel to the next speaking location.

The highways for more than half the trek were solid ice and slow travel, but God once again held us on the road and kept other cars away from us. Right now we are thankful to have arrived at our next destination – warm and dry! For those of you who pray for our travels, thank you!

Dave Nutting

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