Ramada Shelbyville/Louisville East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... it Forward and Pay it Back Offering." Last night during the prayer meeting at Crestwood Baptist Church, we had the blessing of being prayed over individually for this trip. What a powerful testimony to the love in the body of Christ! While we are gone -- please continue to keep us in prayer. Here are some of our requests: To be God's Hands and Feet on the ground in Nicaragua That we might decrease so that He ...
Today the mission team leaving for Nicaragua on Saturday met to pack 14 crates - 50 lbs each to take with us. There were a variety of items included in the crates from school supplies, clothing and medical scrubs to Bibles, soccer balls, teddy bears, pillow case dresses, fudge, home sown shorts and beanie babies.
The most amazing part of the packing was that each item had a story. The pillow cases dresses are a ministry of a ...
... thought was possible. Next time we go to Saratoga, I am CERTAIN I'll pick a winner. Last but not least, we visited THE GIFT STORE! Rounding out our visit to Louisville, we drove back downtown to 4th Street to try out Brazeiros Brazilian Steakhouse which we walked by yesterday on our way to the Hard Rock Cafe for those danged Hard Rock t-shirts! (#4 of 5 on our road trip, if you've been counting). Thank goodness we have every REWARDS card on ...
... Frankfort. I loved how the roads were bricked and the houses looked historical. It looked like there were not many upgrades to the architecture. It seemed that Frankfort wanted to hold onto its history. Click on photos to see caption
... 8220;The Seven Story Mountain,” the fascinating autobiography of Thomas Merton, a Trappist Monk from The Abbey of Gesthesmani, a stop at the Abbey is a must. Nestled on beautiful rolling countryside the Abbey welcomes visitors to a serene spiritual experience. Since monastic life is lived as a separation from the world, much of the property and monastery are not open to the public. We find the displays and a video on the ...