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Lent: Photo a Day 27 &28; Surround & New

Surround. #Repost from @brianandreas and his brilliant writings. This captures just about everything when it comes to how I feel about this semester and the love I feel from both my homes and for the people I am meeting and loving here. 212 more words

It's been a while... (I've been busyish)

Wowza it been a week and a half since I posted.  But I’m back!  The momentum hasn’t been completely lost!  But it is almost Autumn Recess, which means I’ll be inactive for two weeks probably, but that’s okay!   609 more words

Study Abroad

How a Three Dollar Bus Ride Led to My Favorite Weekend

ISEP student James, a History major from Arkansas State University, spent a full year studying at Universidad Americana Managua in Nicaragua. Here he tells the story of how a cold weekend trip to a coffee plantation became one of his favorite memories. 264 more words

Study Abroad

Lent: Photo a Day; Day 22& 23; Ate & Happy & Örebro

 Ate. Gelato in the sunshine while sitting in front of a castle with a friend in Sweden in March. Life is great. God is greater.  163 more words

End of the Week Feast(s)

This week’s posts have been on African time (also known as Filipino time, *insert family name* time, and other variations around the world).  Hopefully you haven’t been holding your breath for them, and if you have, you can breathe now! 421 more words


Lent: Photo A Day 13, 14 &15; Prophet, Leave, Thirst

Prophet. “”Truly I tell you,” he continued, “no prophet is accepted in his hometown.” Luke4:24.  Sweden, your snow is beautiful and loved but your people want spring. 308 more words