Rob Peavy had called me a week or so ago and wanted to set up some disaster relief training at the camp on the same day we had the Dads and Lads Super Saturday.
Since they were going to be training in a completely different part of the camp it was no problem to accommodate both groups. Rob and his wife stopped by for a visit one afternoon and we chatted for awhile about various things. It was good to see them.
I opened the gate at around 6:00 a.m. for both groups. David Cochran from Mt. Zion came up with the group to do some training.
Now you talk about a busy man; David is definitely that man. Since the tornadoes he has been very busy with so many ministry-related things on top of what he does normally.
I took some pictures while he was training a group and noticed how knowledgeable and professional he was.
Jennifer Johnson, who I had met earlier in the week was there and busy doing many things. It is my understanding that Jennifer was totally involved in the ministry to Pearlington, MS, and made quite a difference down there.
I went around to several of the different stations and it appeared everything went smoothly.
I believe Jennifer told me there were 46 signed up for training.
This is not the first time we have had disaster relief teams up at the camp, we love to see them coming. Not only do they get a great atmosphere for training, but the camp gets the benefit of having dead/dying trees safely cut down!