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Preparation and Praises

We leave in just over a week. It’s hard to believe that it’s almost here. We started the preparations for this trip in May of 2010. Speaking to people, adding to our team and beginning the process of preparing our … Continue reading

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Fully Funded!! There is Still So Much To Do…

We found out this weekend that yet another generous donation has sent us over the edge for funding this portion of the Ethiopia Mission. We are over joyed and completely humbled by the outpouring of love and support from all … Continue reading

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May Our Eyes Be Opened

“Once our eyes are opened, we can’t pretend we don’t know what to do. God, who weighs our hearts and keeps our souls, knows what we know, and holds us responsible to act.”  Prov. 24:12 Our eyes have been forever … Continue reading

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Relationships

A lot of people think about what they will do while on a mission trip. Most people want to feel useful and productive…like they are doing ‘something’ to make a difference. I felt the same way when I first thought … Continue reading

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Meet Tesfaye, our friend in Ethiopia

Tesfaye is an amazing young man. His family lives in Korah. He grew up there and found his meals in the dump as most other do, that live there. One day someone came to the dump and saw his potential, … Continue reading

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Working Hard and How YOU Can be Part of the Team

The team has been busy working on a Yard Sale that would help with the funds for our mission trip. The sale was Saturday, April 2 at St Andrews United Methodist Church. We had had rain all week so we … Continue reading

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Meet A Family Living in Korah

In the last post you saw some of the faces of Korah, you read the stats about there being 100,000+ people living in this place, mostly surviving by living off food found in the dump or by begging in the … Continue reading

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