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Vote for Team GE!

Posted in GE News on October 8th, 2014

This is your chance to support your fellow Global Encounters team members! 15 GE alumni have entered the “Captured in HIS Image” photo contest sponsored by Mission Trip Insurance and they need our support. Good news: you don’t have to play favorites! U …

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Chiapas – August 11 || Nolia

Posted in 2014 Chiapas, Trip Blogs on August 21st, 2014

This morning we left at around 7:30am and traveled for about 1.5 hours. We arrived at some Mayan ruins and climbed up the path to look out over the lake from the top. We had a lot of fun taking pictures and enjoying a couple hours of rest before minist …

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Chiapas – August 9-10 || Lydia

Posted in 2014 Chiapas, Trip Blogs on August 21st, 2014

Many tears were shed by the people of Veinte de Noviembre as we said our goodbyes. We can’t know how much of an impact we had in those few short days, but I trust that God was able to use us for His glory in that village. It is amazing how good hot sho …

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