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... have an online giving account set-up that is secure and easy to do at https://securegive.yfc.net/jsullivan.
As far as prayer requests I pray that God can work towards bring light to the false beliefs written on our campers and SHERPAS lives and replace them with the truths of God's love. I also ask for prayers that God can be fully present at the camp so Satan does not have a chance to get a foothold.
Jamie "Sweet Tea" Sullivan ...
... ago. We went on the Foothills Parkway around the West side of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. We jumped on 321 in to Townsend and entered the GSMNP on Little River Road. We went to Gatlinburg rather than the planned stop in Pigeon Forge because of our late start and the threat of rain. Gatlinburg is a unique and interesting town: almost like a beach town/boardwalk minus the beach, but not very biker friendly. Parking is awful and some lots don't allow motorcycles and you ...
Sunday morning, we woke up and broke camp. After saying good-bye to all our friends, Sandy and I headed to Gorges State Park. At the visitor center, we turned left and drove to the Bearwallow Falls parking area. After getting ready, we hiked the short Bearwallow Falls Trail to the overlook for the waterfall. Unfortunately, with all the foliage, the view of the ...
Ever since arriving at Outdoor Mission Camp this summer I have been given opportunities to learn new skills to help me be a better letter. The hard-skills so far had been learning how to raft down the Nantahala River which is whitewater with class 3-4 rapids. I have whitewater rafted before, but never have I guided and I can say it is so much fun. My abs and arms did not like the guiding aspect and reminded me that I am no where ...
... at a road near Fontana Dam. It had been days since I’d walked on pavement and each step on the hard surface jarred my already aching feet. I limped across the dam to the visitor’s center. We found a place to sit, and I when I dropped my pack to the ground, it was for the last time on this journey. I’d survived 75 miles in the Smokies.
Whoops, it's time to get ready for class, so I'll see you soon. Just so you know, I plan to take it easy tonight.