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Time for my visit to Auburn University, home of the Omega chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha.
... know Rev. David and some of the students there. One young man I spoke with, Andrew, suggested Univ. of Georgia and Clemson since they have very large Wesley Foundations.
I hoped for a bit more interest given the number of students they had present. Rev. David mentioned that Sheila had a few students that he knew were considering seminary and he suggested I keep trying to reach ...
... to get some information. The receptionist couldn't tell me more than I already knew but I did leave my card with her. On my way out, I ran into some students in the chapel sanctuary who were a part of the Wesley Foundation and knew Rev. Bates. The tried to call while I was there but couldn't get her. I left my contact info with one of the students who said she'd see Rev. Bates tomorrow.
Not at all what I'd hoped for out of this visit but it was worth a ...
... Uribe (Juan freaking Uribe??!!!!), sealed the deal for the Dodgers. On the conclusion of the game, I immediately stormed out of the bar I was at and headed back to Lisa's. The end of the Braves season is always so sad for me. The only advantage of the Braves season coming to an end was that I was now assured I would not be traveling back to Atlanta to see any more games this season. I could now head in any direction I wanted to!
This was truly a relaxing day which was appreciated after three straight days filled with driving, exploring, learning, and attending high profile sporting events. I attended a service at Lisa's church which I believe was the Auburn United Methodist Church, followed by lunch at Momma Goldbergs, an Auburn local favorite. Afterwards, we went back to Lisa's where I just chilled and watched football ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn Auburn
The hotel room was clean and comfortable and the free snacks in the evenings was great. Nice staff, too.
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