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Language Team – February 24 || Maxwell

Posted in 2015 Language Team, Trip Blogs on February 26th, 2015

Wow what a great day! I think the thing that made it so great was the fact that it started with John and I beating the girls for first ones up and ready for once! Haha! No, that was fun but the true highlight of the day was the time spent in worship wi …


Language Team – February 23 || Ashley

Posted in 2015 Language Team, Trip Blogs on February 25th, 2015

Here’s today people! It was a great day! We restarted lessons today and everything started clicking! I mean everything has kinda been clicking for awhile but now it’s really clicking! For everyone I’m pretty sure. I think because everyone has been talk …

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Language Team – February 19 || Kimberly

Posted in 2015 Language Team, Trip Blogs on February 21st, 2015

Hello Everyone, Everything has been going very well here in Chiapas. The last few days we’ve been getting into the grove of doing our classes with Yasmina, and learning Spanish. It’s been such a joy to have such wonderful hosts with Gaby and Grace and …

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