The Juneau Adventist Christian School had needed a new playground for many years. The school board and Juneau Church members have been praying for and wishing this playground would become a reality, but finances, inclement weather and not having enough workers were holding back the process.
Once again God came through for the school, and on Sunday, Aug. 31, this hope and dream became a reality. With the help of many workers and a financial contribution from church member Fortuna Odell, who passed away last August, the installation of new playground equipment and rubber mulch at the school was complete. The weather even cooperated a bit to allow the installation to be finished, and the rain held off until about 15 minutes after the last of the rubber mulch was laid.
Despite a lot of rain since the installation, the students are now able to enjoy “dry time” time on the playground during recess on school days and after school.
God has been so good to this school in so many ways, and now once more He has allowed a dream to become a reality. The school is also going to install fencing around the grounds to protect the children and the new equipment. God is so good — all the time.