Our RV camping trip to Ft. McAllister State Park was like going to another world. The moss covered trees, the marshes, Ossabaw Sound, Magnolia Trail, Civil War history, and ethereal-type environment made this trip one of our favorites. Continue reading Camping at Ft. McAllister State Park – November 18-21, 2019
Is your church a church with a lot of fussing and fighting? Or is your church filled with supportive members who are kind and loving to one another and to their pastor. See if you recognize any members of your church in this metaphorical story. Continue reading The Church of the Holy Commotion by Rev. Dan White
Have you ever considered how special you are? What makes us special? It is because we are chosen by God’s grace to be His child. Yes, we are a child of God, and that makes us a distinctive, unique people. I call it “The Grace of Easter.” Continue reading The Grace of Easter
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Our camping trip to Skidaway Island was fun, relaxing, extraordinarily exotic. and historically interesting. Continue reading Camping at Skidaway Island State Park February 9-12, 2020
Established in 1946 as a memorial to U.S. veterans, Georgia Veterans State Park stretches 1,308 acres and offers an array of recreational activities and overnight accommodations. Perched on picturesque Lake Blackshear, the park and RV Campsites includes one of the most naturally beautiful Georgia golf courses, four miles of nature trails, and endless opportunities for fishing, boating, and water recreation.
Continue reading Camping at Georgia Veterans Memorial State Park January 6-9, 2020
Ft. McAllister, 16 miles below Savannah, guarded the entrance to the Ogeechee River. It is the best preserved earthen fort of the Confederacy. It is well worth seeing. The RV campground is excellent. Continue reading Historical Background of Ft. McAllister State Park