By Barry Worrell
This wraps up the final day of the Fuller Center Natchez Trace Bike Adventure.
It has been an AMAZING week on several fronts. We were blessed with a phenomenal group of people from all over the U.S. I am confident that lifelong friendships have been formed over this week.
During this trip we experienced God’s love at every church in which we stayed. Southern hospitality is real. And their love of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ was highly visible at every stop.
The build day was the highlight of the trip. We were able to put up trusses, walls and a good portion of a roof for a single mother in need. Once again this group of cyclist came together and worked as a team to accomplish so much in one day.
Neil is a servant leader along with the volunteers and Fuller Center staff who make these trips possible. They deserve a lot of gratitude and respect for their work. I pray for God’s blessings over them. Thank you Fuller Center for making this world a better place for those less fortunate.
On a personal note, I know this trip has increased my faith. And my love of cycling became even stronger. I hope to come back in 2024 for another adventure, God willing. I will never forget this trip as long as I live.