The Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport
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... walked over and immediately got big tears in my eyes. It was a Cemetery for War Dogs.
Boy, if you've ever had a dog, you'll feel as we ...
... went home and rested and then decided to try out a restaurant we saw on our canal your that was right down the street, Herengracht food drinks art. We actually ended up walking the other way so it took us a while to get there but the place wasn't far from our apartment! The food was great and the ambiance was even better! Such a cute little place. After dinner, we all went home and went to ...
... were given even further assurance that the Spirit resided here and that somehow we were fortunate enough to be a part of it. As were prepared for our first discussions the next day, I knew that it was my responsibility to take the lead and Chris could just be my spiritual arm candy. Wrong! As we met our first investigator, Chris threw her arms around her with a big hug. I began to lean forward to introduce ourselves in the "get-to-know" section of ...
Well, it's over now... but the experience will remain...
Each day as we set out from our hotel in the bus we have three brothers in charge. They all work hard and sweat a lot as they try to shepherd the wayward flock under their care, always mindful of the need to get there in time.
Brother Paul Adams was our 'coach captain', one of his hard-pressed assistants was Cedric, who had his wife along for the ride. But more to the ...
... if they had no
concept of the faith it took to build them, grow their communities, and leave
their legacies to a future generation who had no investment in keeping
them? The people on the bus felt their
loss, but would my friend, Chris? I
I am from California, and we lose
our cities through fire and awesome natural disasters like earthquakes, but
this loss of cities through corruption, ...