Monthly Archives: March 2015

Mission trip Day 9, testimony

We all have a story, but often we don’t know others stories because either they don’t share it or we don’t take the time to listen. We started the day with breakfast, and as we sat around the table, the … Continue reading

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Mission trip Day 8, Babies without clothes

Our first outreach of the day saw us at the local hospital, which is where a lot of babies are born. We had prepared some gifts for the new moms which included baby shirts, diapers, wipes and blankets. There were … Continue reading

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Mission trip Day 7, Prison turned upside down

Our final afternoon to the prison on this trip was INCREDIBLE. Our team was prepared to have our lives changed! We had no idea what God had in store. I am going to try and capture a bit of this! … Continue reading

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Missions trip, Day 6

As we sat in the classroom this morning, we were in the presence of 19, three to five year olds. It was in an area where the drug cartel is rampant, but the presence of God was more powerful! We … Continue reading

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Mission trip Day 5, Unbelievable

Tonight we were on the streets to feed and give beverage to a number of kids living on the streets. Almost everyone of these precious souls were addicted to sniffing glue. Very sad! One of our stops on the way … Continue reading

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Mission trip Day 4: Service, Ministry to us

As we drove to the church service this morning, we went into the territory where the gangs operate. It has a tough reputation, but in the midst of these challenging streets is an oasis of hope.. The church was in … Continue reading

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Mission Trip Day 3, Impacted by the girls prison

Today was a deeply moving day for our team! Not sure how to put into words! This afternoon we went to a teen girls prison. There were 30 or so girls in this prison between the ages of 13-18. They … Continue reading

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