By Renee’ McCullough
This is my sixth ride with the Fuller Center, and the first in a few
years due to a fractured elbow, COVID-19, and other things. This segment
wasn’t my first choice, but God provided the logistics to do it through
Kert, another FCBA veteran.
Further, by being able to meet the core riders at the beginning of the
ride, I have heard many amazing stories and have gotten to know my
fellow riders on a deeper level than I would have otherwise. This group
has bonded from the first day and has blessed me through ride support,
encouragement, and many acts of kindness.
On today’s ride from Nashville, GA to Albany, the SAG team saved me
possibly many extra miles by redirecting me after missing a turn after a
few miles into the ride. I also had a great pair of sweeps to keep me on
course and guide me safely through a long stretch of fast, heavy
traffic. The beautiful, peaceful Georgia countryside, with its many
woodlands and lush green fields, was a wonderful accompaniment and
enabled me to experience another part of God’s amazing creation.
I look forward to being a blessing to those we help on our first build
day tomorrow, and to the unknown blessings God has in store for the rest
of this segment. It will be hard to say goodbye and drive back home at
the end of the week.