Evening y’all. I hope you survived your Monday. Somehow I survived mine. Is there is ever a doubt in my mind, God reassures me that He’s going to get me through. The blog challenge continues!!!
Though I don’t travel as much as I would like to, I do sometimes manage to escape Clarksville, Tennessee, or as my father calls it, “Clucksville.
(Home of Martin Luther King Jr)
2. Lexington, Kentucky If you ever have the chance to go to or pass through this town, I encourage you to stop by the Ark Enounter, a replica of Noah’s Ark. Explore three decks of sights, history, facts, research, and scripture, pertaining to before, during, and after the Great Flood that God sent to start the world anew. My parents and I spent 8 hours walking and stopping to read every piece of information aboard the vessel.
3. Petersburg, Kentucky If you’re wanting to continue a spiritual journey, cruise to Petersburg, Kentucky, where the Creation Museum resides. If you’re a believer, this is the perfect opportunity to expand your knowledge. If you’re a nonbeliever you may not like this, or this experience will make you question your current beliefs.
4. Las Vegas, Nevada I was 14 years old when I visted Sin City, so no gambling for me. The church would’ve had a fit if they saw or heard of my family so much as posing with a slot machine.