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Nica you got it goin on!!!

After a struggle of a month, I was ready. I was ready for something new and exciting but what I found was even better.

My team and I headed out of Honduras for our travel day. We are about 7 hours into of bus ride and its time for boarder crossing. I am kind of upset I have to get off the bus and take my bag through customs. Drama queen right?!? I had just gotten to sleep and did not want to get off but I did anyways. I grab my oversize bag and drag it up the ramp. Suddenly I am overwhelmed

Life Through the Spirit.

So by now most everyone I know has heard the news that I will be embarking on a mission that takes me away from the comforts of home for 11 months.  I have had mixed responses (mostly good) from family, friends, and co-workers and I wanted to share a little more of my heart with you all.   My life has had its ups and downs and truthfully it has taken me a while to finally become comfortable with my own self.  My life hasn't been very hard to say the least but there have been chal

Earth Day Prayers

With Earth day rapidly approaching, I thought that I would post some of my favourite nature related meditations. I am finding these to be very enriching this week and hope that you will too. You might also like to check out some of my previous Earth day blessings and liturgies Native American Prayers for Earth […]

Video update from Honduras!

Hey everyone! Please watch my video update and then read below for a bit more info from me.

Trouble viewing the video? Click this link: watch video here!   I'm in the 4th and final stage of fundraising for my journey, ya'll! I'm so close to being fully funded, but I'm not quite there yet. But we can get there in these next 11 weeks until my FINAL deadline, I just know it. And I have an idea!! * * * $11 a week for 11 weeks!! * * * Ok, I know that may seem crazy at first glance,

11 Things You Need to Know About Packing for the World Race

Luke Geldmacher of 2013 W Squad learned a lot about traveling when he went on the World Race. Now he wants to share some of those tips with you.

When I went on the World Race, I had a lot of questions about what and how to pack. The information ranged from incredibly detailed to fairly useless or too gender specific. So, based on my experiences, here are 11 general rules to follow when you’re packing for a trip around the world:

Leave Your Home at Home.

You don’t need

For Rich or Poor

Can you imagine what it would look like if we all lived out the plan God has intended for us to live? Lost in thought one day I began to create this image of, what if everyone knew the lord and wanted to live out the plan that he has for our lives? Like how much lighter would our world be then? So this month [March] my team [pictured below, all girls this month!] had the opportunity to go to Chile, a country where no other world race team had been before. Our goal for the month was to listen to

The Father's love

    Sometime in ministry you meet someone who impacts your life in a big way. They teach you something changing. Usually, this is a mentor or someone who you really look up to. For me, it was a ten year old boy. We will call him, Paul. I was with him for a whole month at the ministry I was working at. From the first day, I adorable him, and the feeling seemed to be mutual. For the first week, he would come up and hugs me randomly or hold me hand. We were just draw to ea

life update: I'm in AFRICA

life update: I’m in AFRICA!!! It’s time for a much-too-late update on my journey. I’m in Zambia- the last country of my race, and I’m entering my last month! And here’s a little glimpse of what my life is looking like right about now: My team: Just before we left Thailand, they changed all of our teams! I would like to introduce you to the amazing people God has given me to finish this race well...

Team Goshen! (Goshen because God is PROTECTING us from any

Unsung Hero - Onks

This month we have been Camping out at Sedia Hotel and Campground. We are doing ministry a little different ths month. We are on an Unsung Heroes team this month. Our goal is to find new ministries doing Kingdom work here in Maun, Botswana and the people working hard to keep them going. Then AIM could possibly partner new World Race teams with them in the future.   The first few days was researching the internet and asking locals about ministries in the area. We got several leads an

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