Puako Bed and Breakfast
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... that leads to repentance realizing the cunning tactic of the enemy to lure me away or distract me by thinking of the good I am doing here in YWAM, not that it’s not good but I see how I've been sidetracked, and how the enemy has hidden and stolen the seeds deposited not only by Dutch Sheets in 1999 but of the countless others, who have sewn, deposited and birthed this passion for intercession in and for me. I am being given ...
... of Him through your own language, humor and personality using the exact words of the Gospels. Here is the web site, go check it out. http://www.uofnkona.edu/training/word-h eart-jan/. Jackson's wife, Annikah is, along with Jackson, raising two beautiful daughters Hope and Shekinah as well as she serves as a personal assistant to the base leader.
Natascha is a real delight. Along with Pete, Marianna, Young, Alma and Claudius, English is her second language ...
... had her hand raised when everyone was asked who wanted to go but when she got to the van for the outing her seat was taken.
Paige, although disappointed, did not grumble and complain nor did she dishonor others by talking bad about them. Nope, she yielded her place on the van and her heart to Jesus.
Now you are thinking she's a person you'd like to meet,,, ...
... I was on Gilligan's Island. No kidding. Several scenic stops, one lane bridges, bamboo trees and a ton of waterfalls. We hiked to see the waterfalls. The best waterfall was 'Akaka Falls.
We stopped by Botanical World Adventures to see if we could rent Segway's. We didn't have very good luck as all the tours were booked for the afternoon. Decided it was time to head home before dark. We do not want to be out of ...
... A short 5 minute drive to Honaunau-Napo'opo'o National Historic Park. It covers 1,160 acres of fish ponds, ancient Heiau, burial caves petroglyphs. Very quiet park with tons of lava rock and once was a nudist beach. Large grain sand and a mix of lava and white coral. And the best part were the turtles. Hawaiians regard the hono (turtle) as a guardian. I thought they were really big but apparently they are too small to ...