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More Blogs from Belize

Sorry that they are not sequential.  Here are just a few updates from our trip.  God is good and has been blessing abundantly! Lucas Blog 12:00 am, we were off. On to first San Fransisco, then to Oakland next. Through all of our travels, I finally happen to land in a...

Belize Pt 2

Thursday WOP - Tyler Whitsett Title: “Overcoming pantyhose addictions” Sometimes your best memories come from some very embarrassing situations. I have lived in the mission field for 15 years of my life and know this to be true. One such occasion happened when I was...

Update from Belize

Health Expo On Valentine's Day we held a Health Expo for the people of Santa Martha Village. We set up our booths outside on the church lawn. Although invitations were given several weeks ahead, some of our students went to the homes to invite people personally. The...

Curaçao Mission Trip Day 4

Curaçao Mission Trip Day 4

Today we continued working at the Santa Marta church. Some of our students set the goal to lay cinder blocks along one side of the building, and with much persistence and hard work they were able to achieve that goal. Words can not describe the feeling I felt as I...

Day 3 Arizona mission trip

2/14/17 Today we were able to start on our projects at Holbrook Indian School. We plan on completing three different projects: finishing a shed, building a fence, and painting the girls' dorm. Even though we have a lot of work to do, I believe that our most important...

day 2 Arizona mission trip

2/13/17 The drive from our first hotel has been one of the best road trips I've taken in a while. Not only do I get to spend time with my classmates, but the view is astounding. Although we are still traveling through California, I've noticed a dramatic change in...

Impressions from Holbrook

Impression 1 My first impression of the students of Holbrook was, “aww, they’re so sweet.” Especially the younger girls. The older kids have their own groups and are less shy - but they don’t really talk to us. Hopefully that will change. During chapel the first night...

The Journey – Arizona Mission Trip

There were problems. There are always problems. The simplest detail when presented at the moment of departure, can become a delay which stretches from 10 minutes to 45 minutes, to 60. And in our case, 2.5 hours! But God is good, and complications were resolved, the...

Curaçao Mission Trip Day 3

Curaçao Mission Trip Day 3

Today, our mission trip truly began as we had the opportunity to serve at Santa Marta SDA Church. We are helping them finish a sabbath school building.  After much much prayer, the materials arrived and we were able to get to work. Despite the heat, we were able to...