Wednesday, July 17, 2013
The first French town to take it's stand on the free grace of the gospel
We said our á bientôt to Maison la Roque and headed off to our next "home" in the south of France (more on that in a later post). Of course, I have a special route that takes in important Huguenot sites on the way. The charming, bustling village of Uzés, the first town to plant it's flag for the truth of the gospel, was having its major annual market fair. The gospel was preached in this cathedral, which was later damaged in the wars of religion, the Piza like tour original from the 12th century. We had a fun time here under the blue skies and full-body warmth of the southern French summer sun. Enjoy the photos!