Fairfield Inn By Marriott Tuscaloosa
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... Winger. This past week was their seventh such visit with us, just here in Tuscaloosa. They brought about 25 people with them, many repeaters. Larry is a corn farmer but has been leading this group for over twenty years. He invited me to go on a mission trip with them to Zambia, Africa last January and again to Guatemala in January this week.
When Larry spoke with Brandon the week before arriving here, he had said that ...
... br> My son Alex has re-upped for another year with us through the AmeriCorps national program. It's great to have him here with me.
Beautiful fall building weather these days. Lovin it. Bought a bike and have ridden to work a cupla times and the number on the scale is moving down slowly. Lost 9 pounds lately. Hope to keep it up.
That's all for this week. Love you all. Peter
Good Morning! How's everyone doing this morning? Great! This mornings lesson with be from the book of Acts. If you've got your Bible with you, please turn with me to Chapter 29. What's that? Not there? That's right, because it was being written last week in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
Merle and Michelle Waldron are the leaders of a group from Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Maple Grove, Minnesota called Acts 29. They have ...
... listened to Brandon storys for about fifteen minutes. Some places you have to pay to go to the sauna. Not here. When he was done, he called the next meeting in the commercial ice chest that we have on site for ice. It is the kind that you see at gas stations and convenience stores that holds about 300 bags of ice. The four of us climbed in and chilled for a bit. It was very refreshing. See what happens when ...
... of sad.
My mom's side is of Irish ancestry. Dorney (pronounced Dawney up in Boston) was her maiden name. Mom was, I would say a staunch Roman Catholic. When she and my dad were courting, there was some hesitance on whether they should marry or not, since my dad was Jewish.
My dad told me that he prayed to God to ask for a sign if he should marry my mom. The house
where he was living at the time, the roof had ...