Assisting in Extreme Build in McCreary County, Kentucky was a beautiful learning experience that is still staying with me two and a half weeks into this challenging and wonderful TFH Road Trip. As we ventured to the Appalachia for the first time for me we were met with lush forests and rolling mountains that were on display for us to marvel in God’s glory. This was contrary to my prior experiences with poverty which is usually visible in at least one part of the city. It was only when…Continue
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The second day of camp ended with discussing several campers who "acted out". One five-year-old boy was mentioned by several counselors, including me. I took a ticket from him because he didn't allow a girl to join the board game that he and his little sister were playing.
"Do you remember the rules? Be nice to each other and let others play the game with you." I told him with an affirmative tone. He ignored my words and said to me (or to himself) --"nobody messes with my sister, or…Continue
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Orientation was AMAZING! Even though I did miss like the first two days of it. I got to Birmingham on Thrusday just in time for dinner. I got to meet up with my friends that I know from Clemson as well as meet my team members that I will be working with this summer. After dinner we went back to the house that we were staying at and finished up doing the Myers Briggs activity. That was interesting...
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