Ginger Lambert

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The Jr class left Austin Monday afternoon (March 25th) and arrived in our nation’s capitol at 10:40pm. Our plane arrived so late and waiting on our luggage … the last blue line left before we could get to it so taxis and uber came to the rescue. A quick trip to McDonalds down the street...
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Some days it is hard to put into words all the moments of the day; the funny things done and said, the daunting task accomplished, the sweet moments of bringing value to another person’s heart, the ability to bless others in a tangible way … and I repeat…. it’s hard to put into words. We...
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Rain changed our plans this morning. We were to be digging trenches to be able to move a stuck RV for a gentleman that needs it ‘outta his way’! Plan B – Bob works for the county. Every day Bob drives within his work area from Aransas Pass to Fulton to the Bay to the...
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It’s not typically hard to love to love your ‘tribe’. But move beyond those boundaries and … whoa! ! ! That can be some hard stuff. As we look at Romans 12, it is FULL of challenging statements: don’t think more highly of yourself than you ought to, we have different gifts but we need...
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Rockport Rising! What a fitting theme for the coastal town that was devastated just over a year ago. Our 9th grade class is headed down there to help out. We don’t know our project, however, whatever it is, whoever we meet … we’re on a mission … to serve! Three plus hours later and many...
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“Do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased.” Hebrews 13:16 Sometimes our ‘forgetting’ is that life gets so busy we forget about the tragedies others have experienced and are still struggling with… A year later! Our 9th graders will be traveling to Rockport to encourage...
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To:  your Brother …the Needy … the Poor   Deut 15:11 It was a really full day today.  After morning devotionals and a great breakfast by Chef Paul (seriously knows how to cook bacon)  we headed to Hill Country Fellowship and helped sort piles of clothing, shoes, toys, miscellaneous household items. It was a daunting task...
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Sunday night We serve a promise keeping God! We had a great start to our trip.  The Little Town of Bethlehem is not starting until next week, so our alternate plan is Johnson City PEC and Courthouse lights.  BEAUTIFUL!  We had great fun taking pictures in the town square, taking a spin around the town...
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Wellllll  ………    The tunnel still looms … not quite finished … need more warm lights!  These kids have stayed the course, admittedly at times so tired and frustrated with lights not working or running out, however, they did not stop. We believe by lunch time tomorrow we’ll get them finished … if … more...
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What a hard working group of students … and leaders! Our work project supervisor confirmed to us before we started the day that they had particularly left the tunnel for Summit. We started off strong but quickly had many setbacks. The team that worked the trees and the poles over by the game room and...
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