Super 8 Bay St. Louis
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... worked to pay for the
petrol so we're thinking it was a Walmart error not a card error.
Still, it added half an hour to our trip. Plus we overshot our
destination as we got engrossed in a conversation with Josh about
immigration and Muslims and missed our turn off so add another 15
minutes there too. All in all, a driving and messy day! But the RV
Park is nice, the people are super friendly and helpful, the WIFI is
good, the showers are clean ...
... His Son, Jesus Christ. WOW!!! Just another thing that only God can get the credit for!!
Today (Thursday) is our last “official” work day and the kids were real tired this morning! But with a hot breakfast, a brief meeting, and Steve’s “Thought for the Day,” they were off and running in no time! Tonight we will be able to hear personal stories of how the Lord has been working through the students and how their ...
... to be able to "commit to commit,” no matter where they are on their journey with Christ; being able to chose Him or continue in their commitment to Him.
This morning, Steve challenged the students to work with the quality you would want to have for yourself. It’s looking like a good day. May the Lord be praised for His abundant blessings!
Givin’ ‘em Jesus!
... cleared” according to the woman at the park office, but hasn’t been re-done. We elected to go out to the incoming road, adjacent to the Gulf. This is current under construction, as I said, but offered great views of the water. Not too many tall, montain-type landmarks down here! We could see the water tower in St. Louis, but nothing near enough or tall enough to use for judging where one had wandered. Of course, the smartphone did the ...
... all flat, the only hills being when you get high bridges over navigable waterways. There are those long concrete structures that take us over the swamp land, they seem to have undulating sections that set up a rocking motion for Bree. We get the front end going up as the back goes down this gets more and more violent as poor old Scoobie at the back tries to hang on until it literally lifts me out of my seat and I have to slow down a bit to ...