Cadence Count: Touchdown!
The Bible came alive during my recent tour of Israel. Blessed to walk where Abraham, David and Jesus walked. The Sea of Galilee area is beautiful and doesn’t seem like much has changed in 2,000 years. Visited Bethlehem, Nazareth, Jerusalem, the Dead Sea and many, many more places. Recharged my batteries to glorify the Father and the Son.
Weston Houck ’04 and Ashley Houck ’06 visited Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris in March 2016…Go Tigers!
During her pre-graduation trip to Vail, Colorado, Cara Sizemore ’16 and her aunt, Sandy Jones Powers ’86, took a day off from skiing to visit Big Hat Alpaca Ranch in McCoy, Colorado. The ranch owner, Cass Galloway, invited them to help get the award-winning alpacas ready for nightfall by putting warm coats on them. One alpaca especially liked being draped in a Tiger Rag.
Stuart Parker 05′ in Dembi Dollo, Ethiopia, with the Oromo region hillside in the background.
Matthew Grimes ’12 and Michael Chahin ’13, both second year medical students at the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine in Spartanburg, spent their spring break on a medical mission trip to Tegucigalpa, Honduras. They provided medical care to the underserved citizens in the city and surrounding villages.