I was encouraged by the man who told me about his salvation experience as I traveled through customs. I was encouraged by the number of people who participated in the grant writing training and who are willing to help raise funds for the school. Although I believe these children deserve an education, I traveled back … More Flight Attendant
Last week I traveled home by myself. This was very different from the usual traveling as a family so I was enjoying the easy trip. My plans were to quickly pass through customs and then enjoy Chik-Fil-A! When I approached customs I thought it was strange to have the lines basically empty, but I did … More Immigration
The one thing the children love is extra attention from all of the North Americans. A couple of weeks ago the newest girl, Nataly, approached me and asked, “Where are all of the Americans?” She was referring to the summer interns, but she wanted was attention from more than just me. The children know … More We Love Teams!
What a fast, refreshing past few days for me! It’s the little things such as shopping, stress-free driving, and Cracker Barrel that makes me happy to be in the states. It’s the big things such as Sunday lunch with family, shopping with Mawmaw, coffee with pops, spending time with nieces and nephews, etc. that make … More Home Again!
Click on this link to the youtube page with the children from the feeding center singing- Jesucristo Basta
Many of you have probably heard about the possibility of building a school on GRACE mountain. We began to pray about this opportunity in April, and we believe it is time to start the process. In June, Roger McConnell participated in his first GRACE mission trip. We quickly learned of his vast knowledge on how … More Possibility of new school.
Our normal Sunday afternoons always consisted of eating lunch with my family, resting/napping during the afternoons, and 4:00 coffee and cake with my grandparents. Now our Sundays look quite different! I have to cook, but thankfully my parents manage to bring us a “Sunday roast” to enjoy. Yesterday, our afternoon consisted of dividing the food … More Sunday Normalcy?