Hampton Inn Tuscaloosa -East
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... trips to Gautemala (in January with Larry Winger and a Global Village group), Honduras in late June, Nepal I'm not sure when yet, and oh yea, just cause I can't count so well, Bart Tucker's hosting a Biloxi reunion build in August of 2015 that I can't miss too. I am researching setting up a fundraising page to help support my habit. You've been forewarned.
That's all for this week. Luv ya'll. ...
... week was a group of two. Anna Kung was here with us back in May and had a good time and came back and brought her friend Sarah. Anna is of Chinese descent and works in NYC. Sarah lives in Indiana. Anna told me that she found God in Tuscaloosa while she was here in May and she wants to come volunteer with us for a year instead of going to London.
The two groups melded well. Both stayed at Y's Acres. ...
I first met Crystal three years ago at the Millard Fuller Legacy Build in LaFlorida, Peru. Ran into her again a year later at the same event, but this time it was in Atlantic City, NJ doing hurricance Sandy relief repairs. And in this year, again at the MFLB, we worked together in Luuhhhville, Kentucky. Crystal has a great servant's heart, loves the Lord, is passionate in serving others and has been going on mission trips for ...
... to experience. The Kairos Carpenters have been going on mission trips for over twenty years. A number of the married couples that come along are in their 70's and have been married over 50 years. All are quite capable with whatever is asked of them.
The other large group was from Ziegle's Church in Pennsylvania. Lori and Terry have been travelling and bringing groups to the Gulf Coast, Texas, Louisiana and ...
... in effect created a dam which helped create the lake. On one of her visits down here, my wife Lois commented to me that I have an easy job (working with volunteers). I asked her why she thought that, since for me, it is sometimes difficult getting a fresh new batch of volunteers every Monday, training them to be experts by Friday in skills that many of them have never done, and then having them disappear and the new ...