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giving it over

Teresa Wunsche

I have to admit, this past trip had me more anxious that previous trips.

We were embarking on truly sensitive territory – entering a village that has never hosted a mission team before and had a tentative, but volatile relationship with the Samaritan Foundation. 220 more words

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always uplifting

Henry vanDoorn

This is my second mission trip so I knew a little bit of what to expect. Having said this, when we went to the job site Monday morning, it was not what I had envisioned, but as we got started I knew we had a big job to start. 168 more words

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Zöe Keating

The drugs have worn off, the glitter has faded. This took years, but yes, it finally happened; I exhausted myself on EDM. My musical senses are over-synth’ed, out-based. 103 more words

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the children

Marilyn Miedema

The highlight of my trip was definitely the children.  They just craved our attention.  When we went inside a building to tour, they would be waiting for us when we came out, seeking out the same person they were with! 173 more words

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Dealing with the Aftermath

I’m not a psychologist of any kind. I have no great insight or magic cures. In fact I’m right in the middle of trying to work this out for myself right now. 1,165 more words


The Aftermath - rumblings of something new.

We’re tinkering with a new story. Actually, it’s been around for years (since the beginning, basically) but we haven’t been able to get to it. It’s tentatively titled “The Aftermath: Halfway’s Folly.” 39 more words

getting dirty hands

Wally Zandberg

I am so glad I took the opportunity to go on this Mission Trip, it was my first.

My concern or fear leading up to this trip was: “How can I make a difference and what would the work look like?” I wanted to get my hands dirty. 337 more words

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