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April 18 – David

Posted in 2014 South Asia, Trip Blogs on April 23rd, 2014

Today was technically the last day for our team in South Asia. So how does one even attempt to wrap up such an amazing trip? Well, it started with a return visit to the orphanage we visited the first week. Somehow, they knew we were coming, so we were …

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April 17 – Atalie

Posted in 2014 South Asia, Trip Blogs on April 21st, 2014

It’s days like this when I wonder where to begin writing.  It’s not like a walk in the park where I just state what happened because, quite honestly, I don’t think I really understood what happened, just that the Spirit moved. Today we finished our fin …

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April 11 – Tim

Posted in 2014 South Asia, Trip Blogs on April 21st, 2014

Today was the last day of children’s training for our time in Kalaw. We taught on relationship with God. Atalie shared how one of the young boys in the photography group who didn’t want to come to camp, walked away inspired to use photography to share …

Quote-Lorianne.BarclayThe children of Ecuador stole my heart, and yet, I carried doubts of how much impact we really had when they were so young. God answered that prayer on the last day at the camp. A mother came up to me in tears saying (in Spanish), “Thank you for loving my son… thank you! I have seen the love of Jesus!” It made me realize you never know who is watching. Perhaps actions do speak louder than words after all.”

– Lorianne from OR, Ecuador team member