Hollywood Casino Bay St. Louis
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Our stop on the way to New Orleans to get away from the midday heat!
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First day on the road, 555.6 miles. I'm so tired I won't be blogging much tonight. I have to get a good seven to eight hours of sleep, napping behind the wheel has never worked out for me. Maddie did great, however she prefers the windows up and the AC on. I'm a ...
... Lord, He revealed himself in incredible ways last night. The Lord spoke directly through Ben and challenged the kids to be real; to not pretend to commit. He asked the students, “What do you feel that God wants from you?” From that, the Lord blessed us with a humbling invitation time. The power of the Holy Spirit filled the room and students were brought to their knees in prayer, seeking forgiveness, and the restoration that Christ ...
... Luckily we made it inside for worship just in time before the storm hit! It was pretty intense, but we continued to praise our Savior through the thunder and lightning. Ben challenged the students to be completely committed to Christ; to stay the course, remain dedicated despite the hardships and to live a life that’s not ashamed and true to God’s promises.
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... waiting for funds from FEMA to complete the restoration. The campsites are very nice, although a bit close together. Unusual for a state park, the have sewage hook-ups. All of this, plus outstanding scenery, for only $24 a night.
Lynnie and I walked through the park, admiring the new bath/shower buildings and the very expanse of it. Unfortunately, there are no trails now. The only one that existed went away with Katrina. It has ...
... which only began in 2006, after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf Coast, has been named Affiliate of the Year by Habitat International for the last two years. They built 12 homes the first year, 39 the second, and have averaged 40 houses per year since that time. This week the attendees of the conference and another group of volunteers will be working on houses #165 ...