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Several people have sent me links to wonderfully creative Lenten practices that make me feel – I wish I knew that before Lent! If you are like me now that the first week of Lent is over you may be looking for some more creative inspiration. So I thought that I would make Saturday a […]

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As members of the same body, I'd like to let you in on a need of our squad.  Here we are :o)... (Picture taken in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam...aka Saigon) Here's the deal.  The following squad mates are still in need of funds...the deadline...MARCH 1st.  I wanted to make you, our prayer support, aware.  Please, please send up prayers for our squad as we head into the second half of the race!  Pray first and if you feel led to give, go for it :o), knowing that prayer is more

Day 49

Okay so I know that it has been a little while since I last blogged.  I am truly sorry that it has taken me so long to send you all an update about how the race is going and how God is moving.  I will start where I left off, at the end of Month One. During our last week of ministry in the DR, my team was asked to plan an English camp for the children of the village.  We prepared a bible story, skit, craft, and game time for the kids.  There were about 50 kids that attended.&