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Submitted On August 01, 2010
Today the group split up--some attending church with our hosts here in Destin, and others traveling to Santa Rosa Beach, a cute town we rode through on Saturday. Here at St. Andrews by the Sea, Father Rusty Goldsmith preached on the importance of money, or more specifically, not putting your faith in it. For further reference, read Luke, chapter 12.
Meanwhile, Ryan, Kelli, Becky and Allen went to A Simple Faith, where services were led by Ronnie McBrayer. It sounded like they had a great time there and were welcomed with open arms. McBrayer coincidentally wrote the forward to a new, never-before-published book by Millard Fuller about his years prior to starting Habitat for Humanity. It's been dubbed Millard's first and last book. You can see the cover via Facebook here.
Submitted On July 31, 2010
Early start today! The first alarm clock went off around 4:15 this morning and everyone was up and getting ready by 4:30. We packed up, ate breakfast, went over the route and had devotions, then hit the road!
Submitted On July 30, 2010
First off I just wanted to say that I have been having an absolute blast ever since I joined the biking crew in Americus, Ga. and today was no different. This will be my fifth day of riding with the group and let me tell you, this morning was definitely the hardest of all the days to get out of bed.
Submitted On July 29, 2010
Hi everyone! Let me introduce myself since I don't have a “Meet the Riders” video yet. My name is Aaron and I'm from Piscataway, N.J. So grab yourself a cup of coffee and make yourself comfortable, because I will blow your mind away with the best blog ever written in Bike Adventure History!
Submitted On July 28, 2010
Submitted On July 27, 2010
What a day! I got to be God and help God – all on the same day.
Submitted On July 27, 2010
I was so excited to roll into Americus two days ago and see where it all began! It, of course, was Millard and Linda Fuller’s vision of providing simple, decent, homes for people around the globe. What could be a more fitting way to spend our time in Americus than to volunteer on a Fuller Center worksite? This was no ordinary build day!
Submitted On July 25, 2010
Beverly Black is the Fuller Center's Director of Donor Development. She's been planning a huge shindig for the Bike Adventure's finale in New Orleans. Check out the details here.
Submitted On July 24, 2010
I can’t tell you how excited I was to join up with the Bike Adventure gang for the day and the 75-mile ride from Macon to Americus. The ride was hot and I only had 10 days to train.
Submitted On July 23, 2010
Those bikers are fast! They can ride 80 miles in half a day! I wonder if we can earn any prize money by entering them in some cycling races? Somebody…check it out. The cyclists left the wonderful Fuller Center Covenant Partner in Louisville, Ga. early this morning and headed for Macon.