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Relief Support Delivery -April 2012

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  • Members of the Operation 29:11 team preparing donations for delivery in our very crowded work room at Magnolia Baptist Church in Anaheim CA.

    Members of the Operation 29:11 team preparing donations for delivery in our very crowded work room at Magnolia Baptist Church in Anaheim CA.

  • Doug and Amy loading donations from Giving Children Hope.

    Doug and Amy loading donations from Giving Children Hope.

  • Charlie Lotshaw loading donations from Lotshaw Helping Hands. Charlie and Linda Lotshaw have been major supporters of Operation 29:11 since our inception.

    Charlie Lotshaw loading donations from Lotshaw Helping Hands. Charlie and Linda Lotshaw have been major supporters of Operation 29:11 since our inception.

  • Doug and Rich picking up a donation from Feed the Children.

    Doug and Rich picking up a donation from Feed the Children.

  • Our 29:11 team pulling supplies from a variety of storage areas at Magnolia Baptist Church as we prepare to load for our April mission trip.

    Our 29:11 team pulling supplies from a variety of storage areas at Magnolia Baptist Church as we prepare to load for our April mission trip.

  • All the supplies have been gathered on the parking lot at Magnolia Baptist and the loading team is breaking for lunch before we begin loading our trailer and rental truck.

    All the supplies have been gathered on the parking lot at Magnolia Baptist and the loading team is breaking for lunch before we begin loading our trailer and rental truck.

  • We are blessed to have saints like Roy who seek us out and volunteer their time.

    We are blessed to have saints like Roy who seek us out and volunteer their time.

  • Never under estimate seniors… they are the foundation of Operation 29:11.

    Never under estimate seniors… they are the foundation of Operation 29:11.

  • It took the team 11 hours to load 13,000 lbs. of supplies… tomorrow morning we depart for the reservations.

    It took the team 11 hours to load 13,000 lbs. of supplies… tomorrow morning we depart for the reservations.

  • Just crossed into Arizona and stopped for a minor inconvenience. We were blessed to have the tire disintegrate close to an Arizona truck inspection facility… lots of flat asphalt.

    Just crossed into Arizona and stopped for a minor inconvenience. We were blessed to have the tire disintegrate close to an Arizona truck inspection facility… lots of flat asphalt.

  • How much space will 13,000 lbs. of supplies consume?

    How much space will 13,000 lbs. of supplies consume?

  • The unloading process begins

    The unloading process begins

  • Bo, Rich and Doug are three hours into the unloading process… and still have enough energy to smile.

    Bo, Rich and Doug are three hours into the unloading process… and still have enough energy to smile.

  • Unloading is complete. Doug’s most important job now begins... inventory.

    Unloading is complete. Doug’s most important job now begins... inventory.

  • Bo, Jim and Rich cutting a new drainage channel for the monsoon rain water that habitually floods the warehouse. The City of Holbrook personnel provided all the tools we needed… we could not ask for better partners.

    Bo, Jim and Rich cutting a new drainage channel for the monsoon rain water that habitually floods the warehouse. The City of Holbrook personnel provided all the tools we needed… we could not ask for better partners.

  • Bo rerouting the roof drainage… Bo lives in Tennessee and is a member of Native American Missions Support… one of our partners in ministry and the warehouse.

    Bo rerouting the roof drainage… Bo lives in Tennessee and is a member of Native American Missions Support… one of our partners in ministry and the warehouse.

  • Jim lives in Yorba Linda and is a member of Wings of Faith… another of our partners in ministry and the warehouse.

    Jim lives in Yorba Linda and is a member of Wings of Faith… another of our partners in ministry and the warehouse.

  • The distribution process starts… Jim loads and Doug inventories supplies being loaded for the Assembly of God Church in Houck AZ.

    The distribution process starts… Jim loads and Doug inventories supplies being loaded for the Assembly of God Church in Houck AZ.

  • Within hours of loading 19 families in Houck received distributions of food, cleaning products, hygiene products and children’s Bibles.

    Within hours of loading 19 families in Houck received distributions of food, cleaning products, hygiene products and children’s Bibles.

  • God’s provision never ceases to amaze us… where there was a cracked sink there will shortly be a new sink.

    God’s provision never ceases to amaze us… where there was a cracked sink there will shortly be a new sink.

  • Loading the first of two loads for Sun Valley Indian School.

    Loading the first of two loads for Sun Valley Indian School.

  • Red Mesa warehouse at Sanders AZ. The 29:11 team with Pastor Paul Beasley Sr., his daughter Paula, and his grandson and granddaughter. The warehouse is a source of supplies for nearly a dozen local churches.

    Red Mesa warehouse at Sanders AZ. The 29:11 team with Pastor Paul Beasley Sr., his daughter Paula, and his grandson and granddaughter. The warehouse is a source of supplies for nearly a dozen local churches.

  • Randy, Doug and Bo delivering supplies and reloading our trailer with supplies Pastor Beasley provided for our continuing distribution. We are blessed with a number of pastors that will share their abundance with us as we continue down the road.

    Randy, Doug and Bo delivering supplies and reloading our trailer with supplies Pastor Beasley provided for our continuing distribution. We are blessed with a number of pastors that will share their abundance with us as we continue down the road.

  • Pastor Beasley Sr. and his granddaughter.

    Pastor Beasley Sr. and his granddaughter.

  • Enough said

    Enough said

  • Linda Thompson, Founding Director of NAOMI House, with Randy and Doug.

    Linda Thompson, Founding Director of NAOMI House, with Randy and Doug.

  • We can never deliver enough

    We can never deliver enough

  • Jim checking the newly installed water system at NAOMI House.

    Jim checking the newly installed water system at NAOMI House.

  • Quickly running out of supplies.

    Quickly running out of supplies.

  • Standin' - On - A - Corner - In - Winslow, Arizona… for all you Eagles fans.

    Standin' - On - A - Corner - In - Winslow, Arizona… for all you Eagles fans.

  • The team met with Pastor Calvin Kelly of the First Presbyterian Church of Leupp in Winslow to discuss relief and project needs in his community. First Presbyterian Church is our newest ‘hub’ distribution partner.

    The team met with Pastor Calvin Kelly of the First Presbyterian Church of Leupp in Winslow to discuss relief and project needs in his community. First Presbyterian Church is our newest ‘hub’ distribution partner.

  • Solomon (First Presbyterian) and Bo unloading the last of the water supplies.

    Solomon (First Presbyterian) and Bo unloading the last of the water supplies.

  • The First Presbyterian Church of Leupp unloading team.

    The First Presbyterian Church of Leupp unloading team.

  • Randy, Bo, Pastor Stan Patterson and his wife Maxine discuss the latest drawings for the proposed women’s shelter and site improvement plan for Pure Heart Bible Church in Kaibeto AZ.

    Randy, Bo, Pastor Stan Patterson and his wife Maxine discuss the latest drawings for the proposed women’s shelter and site improvement plan for Pure Heart Bible Church in Kaibeto AZ.

  • It’s time to return to Southern California and start preparing for God’s July plan. Thank you to all who contributed to this trip’s success…

    It’s time to return to Southern California and start preparing for God’s July plan. Thank you to all who contributed to this trip’s success…

  • Members of the Operation 29:11 team preparing donations for delivery in our very crowded work room at Magnolia Baptist Church in Anaheim CA.
  • Doug and Amy loading donations from Giving Children Hope.
  • Charlie Lotshaw loading donations from Lotshaw Helping Hands. Charlie and Linda Lotshaw have been major supporters of Operation 29:11 since our inception.
  • Doug and Rich picking up a donation from Feed the Children.
  • Our 29:11 team pulling supplies from a variety of storage areas at Magnolia Baptist Church as we prepare to load for our April mission trip.
  • All the supplies have been gathered on the parking lot at Magnolia Baptist and the loading team is breaking for lunch before we begin loading our trailer and rental truck.
  • We are blessed to have saints like Roy who seek us out and volunteer their time.
  • Never under estimate seniors… they are the foundation of Operation 29:11.
  • It took the team 11 hours to load 13,000 lbs. of supplies… tomorrow morning we depart for the reservations.
  • Just crossed into Arizona and stopped for a minor inconvenience. We were blessed to have the tire disintegrate close to an Arizona truck inspection facility… lots of flat asphalt.
  • How much space will 13,000 lbs. of supplies consume?
  • The unloading process begins
  • Bo, Rich and Doug are three hours into the unloading process… and still have enough energy to smile.
  • Unloading is complete. Doug’s most important job now begins... inventory.
  • Bo, Jim and Rich cutting a new drainage channel for the monsoon rain water that habitually floods the warehouse. The City of Holbrook personnel provided all the tools we needed… we could not ask for better partners.
  • Bo rerouting the roof drainage… Bo lives in Tennessee and is a member of Native American Missions Support… one of our partners in ministry and the warehouse.
  • Jim lives in Yorba Linda and is a member of Wings of Faith… another of our partners in ministry and the warehouse.
  • The distribution process starts… Jim loads and Doug inventories supplies being loaded for the Assembly of God Church in Houck AZ.
  • Within hours of loading 19 families in Houck received distributions of food, cleaning products, hygiene products and children’s Bibles.
  • God’s provision never ceases to amaze us… where there was a cracked sink there will shortly be a new sink.
  • Loading the first of two loads for Sun Valley Indian School.
  • Red Mesa warehouse at Sanders AZ. The 29:11 team with Pastor Paul Beasley Sr., his daughter Paula, and his grandson and granddaughter. The warehouse is a source of supplies for nearly a dozen local churches.
  • Randy, Doug and Bo delivering supplies and reloading our trailer with supplies Pastor Beasley provided for our continuing distribution. We are blessed with a number of pastors that will share their abundance with us as we continue down the road.
  • Pastor Beasley Sr. and his granddaughter.
  • Enough said
  • Linda Thompson, Founding Director of NAOMI House, with Randy and Doug.
  • We can never deliver enough
  • Jim checking the newly installed water system at NAOMI House.
  • Quickly running out of supplies.
  • Standin' - On - A - Corner - In - Winslow, Arizona… for all you Eagles fans.
  • The team met with Pastor Calvin Kelly of the First Presbyterian Church of Leupp in Winslow to discuss relief and project needs in his community. First Presbyterian Church is our newest ‘hub’ distribution partner.
  • Solomon (First Presbyterian) and Bo unloading the last of the water supplies.
  • The First Presbyterian Church of Leupp unloading team.
  • Randy, Bo, Pastor Stan Patterson and his wife Maxine discuss the latest drawings for the proposed women’s shelter and site improvement plan for Pure Heart Bible Church in Kaibeto AZ.
  • It’s time to return to Southern California and start preparing for God’s July plan. Thank you to all who contributed to this trip’s success…

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