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Mexico – the Team

When we first all came together, I really didn’t know anyone well and some not at all. I was impressed and blessed by how we all came together in unity and worked well together and enjoyed serving and laughing together. … Continue reading

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Mexico – Highlights

Olga – I may eventually forget her name, then her face, but I’ll never forget the experience with her. She was the main singer at the first church we went to and while I was enjoying singing, I kept being … Continue reading

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Mexico – Tourist

Thursday and Friday morning we had a little down time and I so needed it! Yes, there was physical work, heat that exhausted you and made you sweat through a set of clothes a day (TMI?), but I was “on … Continue reading

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Mexico – Translating

One evening I spent probably 2 hours translating for a young man who wanted counsel from Pastor Ed. That was an intense conversation! I had made friends with Gabby, Eduardo’s wife, and we were chatting when he asked me to … Continue reading

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Mexico – Church and Kids

Each evening we traveled to a different church where Pastor Ed preached (with Moses interpreting) and we often worked with the children. Usually someone else shared their testimony as well. Working with the kids mean hanging out and guessing at … Continue reading

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Mexico – Painting

It’s a pretty typical thing to do on a one week mission trip it seems – paint. One would think it’s pretty inconsequential, something the person/pastor there didn’t have time to do…or maybe even the money. In this case, it … Continue reading

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Mexico – Reason and Daily Life

Our church, The Crossing Church – Celebration Campus (soon to be illuminate church), traveled to Tizimin, Mexico the second to last week of June for a week mission trip. We were a team of 10, pretty much all strangers to … Continue reading

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