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Blogging New Orleans

Posted in uncategorized by Nathan Creitz on March 14, 2006

I have been in the land where Sunkist’s are available in every gas station and where Chick-fil-A’s and Super Walmart’s are on every corner. However, the South is also the land of hand dryers versus towel dispensers in every gas station, and the ubiquitous, meaningless church signs on every corner that say something like, “Do you spell your best friend ‘d-o-g’ or ‘g-o-d?'”, and where “all y’all” is in almost everyone’s vocabulary.

Anyway, I just got back from doing disaster relief in New Orleans with a team of eleven from my church.

Unbelievable.

Eye-opening.

Devastating.

I will write a couple of posts about it over the next couple of days as well as some current stuff when I get a chance, but here are a couple of pictures to get you started. Just remember when you see these pictures that we are Katrina + seven months or so and it is still devastating there. Pray for New Orleans.

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