KeyLime Cove Indoor Waterpark Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... in a third world country reminds us how very lucky we are. My first thought upon getting to our hotel room in Chicago - I'm thirsty - I turn on the faucet and drink. We are so fortunate in so many ways, going well beyond clean running water, good schools and health care. Thank you all for sharing our adventures on the blog, and look forward to seeing everyone upon our ...
... in Mwanza in the local churches, Bible Institute, and orphanage.
God willing, we will arrive in Mwanza on Tuesday after a couple grueling days of travel. We'll be spending the next nine days learning how to exchange greetings in Swahili, delving into theories of cultural adaptation and language learning, tutoring and entertaining the orphans at Tumaini, attending worship services in a variety of settings, and visiting in ...
... in the snow :) we stayed till night because they have a lights display where the whole park is lit up with really pretty Christmas lights which looked incredible. After the zoo, we went back to our hotel and since it was a Saturday, we decided to get a pub dinner and have a few drinks. We went to a bar named Timothy o tooles which was directly across the road from our hotel and had dinner and a few drinks. We met some baseball coaches there who insisted that we had to ...
... to the saints there" (Romans 15:31).
2. Boldness. The request is made for courage in presenting the gospel. Getting on an airplane to fly across the ocean does not automatically make a missionary bold. "Pray also for me, that whenever I open my mouth, words may be given me so that I will fearlessly make known the mystery of the gospel" (Ephesians 6:19).
3. Clarity. Paul ...
... of faith and unity. As for the inside, I honestly can't even begin to describe it without falling short. It was dead silent in the most peaceful way. The thing about the Bahai faith is that it encompasses every religion, practices acceptance of all kinds of faith. It was just.. it wasn't about the physical details, though they too were just as wonderful (dome ceiling completely made of lacework cornerstone that I could legitimately stare ...