It was my turn to lead devotions and I took focused on a portion of scripture out of Nehemiah. One of the themes of that book is how Nehemiah planned, prepared and executing the rebuilding of the walls in Jerusalem. The point of the devotion was to see how and how much Nehemiah prayed to Almighty God which has direct application to our NOMADS house rebuilding projects.
We had a rain storm Wednesday night that left the campground a little soggy.
I have mixed emotions about Thursdays. With our NOMADS team, it is the last day of the work week. It is also the time we say goodbye to some couples. Russ and Nancy are leaving Friday but not before Joe, our project lead, presented Russ with a picture of his plumbing.
We had the same team back at Johnnie's House.
Jerry and Kit and I were then able to hang a closet door in the back bedroom.
Pam finished installing the drywall in the front aquarium closet.
Pat cleaned out old drywall and prepared a space in the kitchen under the counter where the dishwasher was.
After we finished for the day, we got cleaned up and went over to Moody Memorial United Methodist Church. They were have their first annual fund raiser for their after-school program. They had a silent auction,a loaded bake potato dinner and a talent show to raise money.
We had the whole NOMADS group there at three tables.
Kelly went to Houston to leave her dog Ed with cousin Mark and had an interview. She thought it went well so we will see how it goes in a couple of weeks. A move from Dallas to Houston could be in the works.
She is spending the night with us in Galveston, then the three of us will drive back to Houston and hop on a plane to fly to Detroit. Adam and Meghan are getting married on Sunday in nearby Petrolia, Canada, right across the border. We are excited for them!
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