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This past weekend I went on a trip to Gatlinburg, TN with CSF for an annual Christian Collegiate Conference, a gathering that brings over 700 people from all over the East. I had never been to Gatlinburg before and had a lot of fun. We stayed in the Park Vista Resort hotel, where the conference was also located. It’s a big, round hotel up in the mountains. For those of you who also haven’t been, Gatlinburg is like an amusement park without the rides. The entire city is just a collection of shops and attractions. Christmas lights are strung everywhere year round, and the highway entering town runs under a sign made completely of lights welcoming you to Gatlinburg.
Saturday for lunch myself and a couple guys went to a restaurant called the Apple Barn. Wow, that’s some good eatin’s. It reminds you of a Cracker Barrel; has the same old-country feel, but the food was tons better. If you’re ever in Gatlinburg or the vicinity, you need to eat there. Mmmm-mmm.
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The conference itself was really good too. We had four sessions, each including a praise & worship time and a message. Our speaker was Mr. Millard Fuller, the founder and president of Habitat for Humanity, an organization that has built over 160,000 homes for the homeless around the world in the past 3 decades. Saturday morning there were several “workshops” to choose from and I went to one on time management. Ironically enough, I was late, but God still reminded me of something while I was there. That is this: no matter how big or small our problems, if we try to solve them ourselves we will only fall short. If we depend wholly on Him to get us through our struggles He will take us by the hand and lead us out of the valley. If only we would learn to trust Him more.
That’s all that’s been going on lately. This week is slightly busy, but not overwhelmingly so.
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A few of you have responded to my review last week of The Passion, but I’d be interested in hearing what each of you thought after seeing it. If you haven’t seen it yet, go soon. I can’t stress enough how powerful this movie really is. It’s something every Christian needs to see.