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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 ...
... up the 700 lbs of gifts has a similar story of the loving sacrifice of money, time and talents to give these gifts in Nicaragua to show the love of Christ.
Thank you to all of you that provided the 700 lbs of gifts to help us shine the light of Christ in Nicaragua next week! Please pray that God guides and directs us to whom He wants each one of these gifts to be presented to.
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 ...
Well, somehow in all our careful planning, we managed to schedule our stay in Louisville on a NON-RACING DAY at Churchill Downs. It seemed like the biggest mistake of our entire trip!! The entire purpose of adding Louisville to our itinerary was to see the horse races. There were some tears of disappointment once we realized what we'd done, but since we couldn't do anything about it now, we just had to make the best of things, and ...
Spent the morning at Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby Museum. This is a must see if you are ever in Louisville. Have never been a fan of sports involving animals, but you catch the fever while you are there. Would love to attend on a race day, but the every day Joe tickets are sold out for 4 years. Money that was changed hands on the last Kentucky Derby Day was $210,000,000. Had lunch downtown ...