Sleep Inn & Suites Shepherdsville
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We are home!! We left Nashville around 10 and hit the road for a straight shot home. When you are at the end, you want to just get home. It's a mental thing. If we knew we had another stop, we'd be good with it but since we know its over, we want to just get home.
On the way, we stopped in Louisville at Churchill Downs. I have a ...
... in each of us to do His work Preparation for the hearts and minds of those to hear the Gospel in medical clinics, schools, street evangelism and the nightly crusades. Health and energy for the team and especially for Pastor Greg's ankle to heal Safe travel and especially making a tight connection on Friday, July 17 in Houston For the safety of our families at home while we are away Thank you! Blessings, Christine ...
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 ...
We arrived at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky last Sunday and camped at the Kentucky Horse Park Campground. Was a very nice campground with many amenities and we had a large shade tree on our site. That afternoon Elena and I visited the Kentucky Race Horse Retirement Center. The tour we were able to take was up close and personal with many of the horses- of whom many were former Derby winners. Our guide shared so many interesting facts and info concerning the history ...
... museum by the time our one-hour "Barn and Backside Van Tour" started. Unfortunately, we didn't get to see American Pharoah, because he was in his stable resting up after a grueling photo shoot for the cover of VOGUE magazine (or so we were told). The tour guides kept telling us that big screen in the infield that you saw if you watched the Derby on TV is the biggest in the world. BELIEVE THEM! I also learned more about horse racing ...