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18 Fun Things To Do In Louisville Blog

January 14, 2022
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Which Of These Interest You?   1. The Lagrange Quarry La Grange, KY 40031 Privately owned, this spot has been a favorite for locals when the heat of summer hits. This beautiful quarry with its crystal clear water is a fun place to float and relax with friends.   2. Louisville Zoo 1100 Trevilian Way, Louisville,…

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Turning Point Underneath the Bridge

May 3, 2021
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For local outreach, my team serves a homeless community underneath a bridge in downtown Louisville. We have seen tons of fruit from this ministry previously. I was really excited to see what God would do but I definitely didn’t expect this:   During our first time there, we encountered a man we’ll call JD who…

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30 of Our Favorite Places to Eat in Louisville

January 31, 2020
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Heading January 31, 2020 / Local Louisville Love, Uncategorized We might be slightly biased, but we think Louisville’s food scene is comparable to that of New York City. Yet, with a population of around 620,000 people, the good food is super accessible! Being missionaries, we’ve tried flavors from around the world and often have cravings…

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Love Softens the Heart: Daniel’s Testimony

November 30, 2018
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It was a chilly Thursday afternoon. A group of us DTS students had gone to a bus stop to love others and share about Jesus by handing out free hot chocolate and praying for people. As we were doing so a man with a limp approached us. His first words to us were, “Why are…

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Standing by fire in YWAM Louisville

Fun Fall Things to do with Friends

September 28, 2018
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Autumn is a wonderful season marked by changing colors, bonfires, harvest, boots and flannel. The air begins to feel crisp in preparation for the cold winter months. The ground is in a constant state of crunch due to the beautifully colored leaves that have fallen effortlessly from the trees all around. Flowers begin to hide…

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