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... for knowing the Gospel and making it known."
I am not sure exactly where I came across that quote but I have made it a daily prayer. I consider it a profound honor to be able to carry the Gospel,(as does our whole team) to answer the call in Romans 10: 14-15, "How will they hear without a preacher? How will they preach unless they are sent?"
For some of us, we simply need to obey the call--it might be across the globe to South Africa, ...
... were picking her up to go to the beach with them. Irene, Keith and Michelle came downstairs to wish her well. It was sad to say goodbye to her as we have really become quite good friends in the short time we have been on the tour. I don't think it will be the last time I see her.
The four of us then went to dinner down on River Street again but made it a reasonably early night as we are going to Orlando ...
... 58 a night, and found Crazy Crab at Harbour Town for a nice seafood meal. Wednesday our friend on the island Cecily took us for a tour the highlight of which was a visit to her workplace, VIM, or volunteers in medicine, a free clinic for island workers unable to afford medical care, which is provided free of charge by retired MDs from all over the US who have retired to Hilton Head. After she dropped us back at the hotel, we enjoyed ...
... 8220;sea lions”. I was like “what” there are no sea lions in this area. As I finally saw what he was looking at, off in the distance on one of the boat docks were two sea otters (after further review they might be minks) playing along the lines of the boat. This is one of the first times I’ve seen them out of the water and playing outside of a zoo or aquarium so I’m going to continue under the assumption they were otters. ...
... them got in free to the concert. Parris Island, the Marine Corp Recruit Training Depot is here, so naturally there is a big military presence.
The State Park is 14 miles from most stores and other conveniences. Overall, the area remains very segregated. Most of the nicer areas, such as Fripp Island and Harbor Island, are gated communities. St. Helena Island is primarily rural and black. It is the home of the Gullah Culture, near Penn Central, one of ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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