Monthly Archives: March 2017

Ice cream party, yes!

They sat at the table with us tonight, all 18 kids gathered around sharing ice cream and talking. We had a fun but challenging time of serving in the afternoon at a community service event/ministry hosted by a local church. … Continue reading

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The language of love

Whenever you serve in another country, the biggest challenge is not being able to speak the language of the people of that nation. There are conversations you can’t have with people with a language barrier. But… Make no mistake, you … Continue reading

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The common denominator is…

As we sat tonight and processed another impacting day, here is what we discovered. It shouldn’t be a surprise really, as we know it’s the way we are designed: A young man walked from his community to where we are … Continue reading

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Carrying weeds to pigs

During our morning of community outreach we came across a crippled older man who was struggling to walk. With a cane in one hand and an arm full of vegetation in the other, the slight incline in the terrain made … Continue reading

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What was your proudest moment?

I have never been asked this question on a mission trip. I had to think. What was it? Helping a family build a home, I was so excited to see the families excitement Seeing two team members sit under a … Continue reading

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Different perspectives

I flew yesterday from my home town to Montreal, it was a quick flight with little to do. The family in front of me had a teen who was flying the first time. I loved hearing her amazement,seeing things from … Continue reading

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