July 31st 2008 No comments yet
Our team in China is doing well. I received this update from them via email.
The week has flown by!!! We can hardly believe the last day of camp is already upon us. All team members are healthy and happy (just very tired). We haven’t had to eat any insects yet. The food has actually been quite good. We have our longest day ahead of us. To give you a brief overview of what our day looks like: We meet about 7am for devotionals and announcements for the day. We then load …
July 28th 2008 2 comments so far
I received the following update from our team in China. They have had a rough beginning to their trip, but are in safe, rested (now), and anxious to begin their work in Beijing.
We have now been in Beijing for 3 days and it’s been a whirlwind of events. We decided before we left Dallas that flexibility and unity were the words of the day. And we have used those words since. We began with what should have been a three and a half hour flight from Dallas to Newark that turned into an 8 …
July 24th 2008 No comments yet
Below are a few more excerpts from our team in Poland. They are continuing to help lead an English language camp and building relationships with the Polish ladies. Through these relationships, our team has opportunities to share the truth of Jesus Christ and how He is part of their lives. The email is from our team leader, Priscilla Young.
“Polinica Zdroj (the location of the camp) is beautiful. It was built before the war when this was Germany, so a lot of the buildings have a real German or Austrian look. There are lots of sharp …
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