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  • BELIZE 2017–Jay–the WHY

    March 03, 2017
    We enjoyed an awesome time of teaching with the guys today. We were considering the role of scripture in our worship services. ...read more

  • BELIZE–Jay’s Wrap up

    March 03, 2017
    IT WAS AWESOME!!! We had lots of people dancing and singing the songs that they knew. ...read more

  • BELIZE--Jay's Wrap up

    February 02, 2017

    As our time in Belize wrapped up a number of people asked me what impacted me most, what stuck with me after all we had done and experienced. Each time I had the same instantaneous visual fill my mind. It was a beautiful internal collage of the peopl...

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Mission Trips

  • To be honest, the first couple of days we were here, I was really having a hard time. I was ready to go home. Â I was tired and I wanted to drink clean water without all the bottled water issues. But then meeting and talking to the missionary family’s and seeing how much they gave up to share the Gospel here has been eye opening for me.

    To be honest, the first couple of days we were here, I was really having a hard time. I was ready to go home. Â I was tired and I wanted to drink clean water without all the bottled water issues. But then meeting and talking to the missionary family’s and seein...

  • In my brief time here, I’ve observed that this part of Africa is a bit of a puzzle. I’ve seen beautiful tea plantations just a few minutes from a slum. Unattractive walls built from concrete blocks and razor wire attempt to conceal the beauty of colorful and lush plants. It’s a picture of what’s going on here. I’ve met people who are busy working to loosen the grip of darkness on this part of the world–and we know they don’t work in vain.  It’s been a blessing to get a bigger picture of God’s kingdom. Allan

  • In my brief time here, I’ve observed that this part of Africa is a bit of a puzzle. I’ve seen beautiful tea plantaions just a few minutes from a slum. Unattractive walls built from concrete blocks and razor wire attempt to conceal the beauty of colorful and lush plants.

  • It's Wednesday night and we are at Brackenhurst. We left Hibiscus this morning after breakfast and got here in time for lunch. It feels very much like when I was a girl and every summer I would go to Camp Wintaka that feeling of excitement when you see the first sign of camp, and then the bus turns down the lane that leads to camp, and then you drive through the gates! Yea!

    In case you don't know, this is my fourth year at SIM-SLC. I have seen many old friends and have met a few new ones, too. It is so good to reconnect, especially with the women that I have gotten to know over the years. Sand...

  • We arrived in Limuru, Kenya a few hours ago. Â After this morning’s short safari ride through the national park, we jumped on the bus to the retreat centre.

    On the bus ride I sat and spoke with an interesting man. He and his wife were based in Sudan (Northern country).  They had to leave Sudan to renew their visas, but before they could return unrest broke out, and security forces began inquiring about them.  To protect their hosts they could not return to their home there and had to leave all behind.  They were reassigned to South Sudan, but then the recent troubles caused them to be pull...