On July 30th, Tara, my granddaughter, left with a group from Greenville know as “Nothing is Wasted Ministries.” There were 20 that left Greenville at 6:30 for Atlanta and then onto Miami. They left on American Airlines heading for Haiti arriving on a Sunday afternoon. They stayed at the mission house and worked out from there. They had worship services, handed out food for families, and did a little bit of different things such as painting and working with kids. In fact, she found a little boy named Stanley, which also happens to be her dad’s name. A young pastor was in the group, as well as an interpreter. Some of the families lived under tarps. They also visited an orphanage while there.
Finally the group arrived back in Greenville on Sunday, Aug. 7. They were tired but enjoyed the trip and seeing how different people and places are. They were all pooped out.
Marvine and Julie stopped in awhile one night last week. I always enjoy their visits.
We had 2 kids missing at church last Sunday that are always there. Madison Jernigan, who is attending Murray as a first year entry and Garrison Rosser, who is attending Transylvania. he is also a first year student. We miss them, but are proud of them for wanting to further their education.
We had 57 in Sunday school.
I hear more people saying their gardens are just gone. I appreciate the veggies that have been shared with me. I’ve repeated I think tomatoes are my favorite food.
Smile, God loves you.
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