Knights Inn Bay St. Louis
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September 24th – day 143
Today we drove from Leesburg Florida to
Greensboro Florida, about an hour and a half from the Alabama
border. We stopped for supplies at Walmart and our twenty minute stop
turned into an hour when our prepaid card got messed up and it
wouldn't pay for the items. The customer services people said the
message was “customer cancelled card” so of course we are
... last night from Daniel 3. He encouraged us to commit to Jesus first. God has made himself known through general and special revelation and through that, we can trust Him. Mr. Meredith challenged us to think about how the idols in our life can’t change us; only Jesus can. He left the students to answer 3 questions; 1. How do I spend my time? 2. How do I spend my money? and 3. What occupies ...
... the theme of the messages. Through lessons of Noah, Jonah, Paul, Shadrac, Meshak, and Abednigo, we’ll be taking a look at when people surrender their lives, they don’t hold on to it. Pray for the students that their ears and their heart will be open to what the Lord has to say to them this week! Monday morning was a fairly smooth start! With breakfast served promptly at 6:30am, the teams were up and ready to go by 7:30am! They are currently on their ...
... settle again, ready for the next time.
We were on our way to Mobile in Alabama where I had located a garage, not too far off the highway, that would put two new tires on the front of Bree at, believe me, the very reasonable price of $400 each – fitted.
On the way we travelled through Mississippi, stopping at one of the rest areas for lunch at exit 2. As we pulled in there was a big sign saying "free shuttle to ...
... wouldn't believe the names I was called, between bouts of laughter. And NOPE, no pics.
Went into the visitor center and asked for information on any post-Katrina tours through the areas torn apart by the storm. Received a brochure and departed the AO.
Back on I-10 into the city. Janet reads the brochure and tells me there is only one tour a day, and it starts at 1:00 pm. I looked at the clock and it was only 11:30 am. Plenty of time. Parked between ...