Super 8 Troy
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... not unhook the camper from the truck. After many phone calls and four other campers helping me one of the guys figured out a way to by-pass the controller and about five hours later (9:00pm) we got set-up, camper leveled and slides out, whew what a day. It took me longer to get set-up then it did to drive from Ohio to St. Louis. So it's Sunday the 7th and we are putting things away hooking up everything and actually enjoying our new camper. We're supposed to have severe ...
... the place. It doesn’t even faze us anymore.
This morning, Amy from the Rotary Club (the circus sponsors), had us follow her to her family’s tavern outside of town, where we were going to park the RV for the day. She set us up with a few daycares, a senior center, and a photo op at the hardware store loaning the circus grounds to the Rotary Club, RP Lumber. Circus folks are going to be excited about the location because it’s ...
... in not just Zambia, but in the entire Sub-Saharan region of Africa. Also pray specifically for Principal Japhet Sausande, and AVOH Kafue teachers Judith Lunefa, and Theresa Nyamulumba.
Monday, August 8, 2011
Let us then approach the throne of grace with confidence, so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need.
Praise the Lord for His grace and mercy, for His great ...
... 2010 draws to a close we look forward to one more opportunity to "partager nos chez d'oeuvres" - (share our work - in French.)
Thanks to all of you that have attended the openings listened to our stories! We still have more to tell! We have a postcard/flyer printed, but I don't know how to post it - so here are the facts on the back of the card. The AOTS gallery is only open on Saturdays from 10 - ...
... so they can be used for outlets.
In the middle of the afternoon, it began to rain so the Bell Tower workers had to hurry and clean up to head down to ground level, because of this, Rachel also got a chance at stripping the wires. It was a day full of work that had many blessings.
Once again, Annie and Stacey made us a delicious dinner of pork tenderloin, corn on the cob, vegetables, and brownies! Tonight we didn’t have a youth group to ...