Monthly Archives: July 2017

What I can’t write

I wish I could write in this forum some of the the amazing things and devastating things that have happened this week. Unfortunately do to the very sensitive nature of these things, and the situations I cannot. I will in … Continue reading

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Invited guests

“You have to come to our home, you are always welcome in our home.” It was an invitation we did not expect. In our plan for the week it did not include being invited to be a part of a … Continue reading

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Tears of pain and abandonment

I was abandoned at 12,  I have lived on the streets for years. These are just a few of the words I have heard in the last 24 hours. Walking the halls of the hospital in Tegus was one of … Continue reading

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The plan changed, so we had…

We set out this morning to help some 3 families to repair or build a new home. When we arrived on the scene to begin helping one of the families the necessary lumber was not on site, so we moved … Continue reading

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Changed life

I first met her in the jail March of 2015. She was shy and stayed off to the side. On our last day of our first trip this quiet and reserved girl asked if I could pray for her. I … Continue reading

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A moment in time

As we walked outside of the feeding centre where our sponsored kids learn and grow, we headed up the hill. As we reached the top of the hill a young teen mom walked towards us.  I was immediately taken by … Continue reading

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Gotta be flexible!

One of the first rules of a mission impact trip is to be flexible. Often what you have planned gets changed and what you didn’t expect to happen, well sometimes it just happens for the better. Our day started off … Continue reading

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