Today a number of people came in for a golf tournament with golf pro Lee Janzen. I spoke to the participants at breakfast this morningthen enjoyed the ride to the golf course with Lee. This evening we ended the day with a special Museum fund raising banquet. The participants were excited about what is happening at AiG. It was a exciting day.
We had one of our usual Christian Leaders luncheons today. After a lecture and tour through the facility, we had lunch (provided by Famous Daves BBQ), and I spoke to the group. Each pastor receives a package of books/DVDs courtesy of one our supporters who financially supports this so Christian leaders can get AiG materials at no cost.
VIDEO SHOOT Our video team are making a documentary (to be released by Christmas) based on AiGs Katrina relief project. Today, they taped me talking about how this project came about, while I was standing in front of numerous volunteers putting the school supplies into back packs etc. It's quite the sight!
KATRINA RELIEF PROJECT
AiGs Katrina relief project has been totally funded. As of this afternoon, nearly $50,000 had been raisedPraise the Lord! There seemed to be people everywhere today throughout the buildingthe place was buzzing. Children and adults came in to volunteer; putting the school back packs together and packing other supplies that will be taken down to Mississippi. There were pallets of material all over the place.
The Washington Post reporter confirmed today the he will be flying in tomorrow (Wednesday) for a tour through the Museum construction and to interview myself and Mark Looy concerning the ministry of AiG. Please pray for this.
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