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Week Six - LOST IN DARK ALLIES W/ STRANGERS

Meditation Monday: Looking in the Right Way

by Christine Sine

The Chi Rho page from the Book of Kells is a wonderful image to meditate on as we prepare our hearts for Christmas (and for Thanksgiving here in the U.S.) I was reminded of this as I continued to read through David Cole’s Celtic Advent today.

I pulled out one of my copies of some of the beautiful images from the Book of Kells and spent much of my devotional time running my fingers round the intricate patterns of what is the most magnificent and ornate example of calligraphy I have ever seen. It is probably one of the most magnificent examples of calligraphy ever created.

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Glimpse of Heaven

Last Thursday my team and I left for La Montaña Christian Camp outside of the city of Ramon here in Costa Rica. We were only there from Thursday morning until Sunday afternoon but WOW what a life changer. Thursday and Friday we cleaned up around camp and got ready for the campers to arrive Friday night. We took a tour of the camp and spent two hours swimming in a lake to “get to know the rules for the campers” and swept carpet in the chapel until our arms fell off. The activit

Thankful for You!!

With Thanksgiving coming, I have been reflecting on how thankful I am to be here- on the Race. The Lord has worked through so many people in my life, and I wouldn’t be here without so many of you. So, I wanted to thank you for the support you have shown me.  Mom: I am so thankful for all you do for me. You listen to me as I process anything and everything, you encourage me and lift me up, and you give me so much grace when I fail to do my dirty dishes or when I am tired and cranky.

Fundraising Alert!

I’m so close to being fully funded for my journey!! THANK YOU to those that have supported me financially and prayerfully! I literally wouldn’t be where I am today without each and every one of you. I’m so blessed by the friendships and loved ones that have poured into me in such a big way. I’m currently sitting in a coffee shop in the middle of Valle de Angeles, Honduras praying and talking to God about the remaining $2,130 I have left to raise. It’s crazy how $18,

The Process from Head to Heart

The first week in Honduras was tough for me spiritually/emotionally. I quickly realized I wasn’t just feeling on edge and emotional for no reason. God is continuing to renew my heart and that’s not always a smooth process. In order for God to make us the person He created us to be, He needs to reveal our brokenness to us so He can help us work through it.   “Let us draw near with a sincere heart in full assurance of faith, having our hearts sprinkled clean from an evil c

Why I am doing the World Race

The main question I get when I tell people I am going on the World Race usually is “ARE YOU FORREAL?” Here I am to tell you yes! I am 100% for real going on the World Race!!!    Let’s start with why though. If we are going to be honest here one day during August I had a complete meltdown. I had a realization that I have no idea what I want to do with my life and I am not ready for college, one bit. My whole high school experience I did well in school so I could get

Help Me Take Another Leap

Hello family and friends! My journey on the World Race may be coming to an end but a new adventure is about to begin.  Hoping you will continue to support this new chapter as I take another leap of faith.  God is good, after a year of serving in 11 different countries, I am being led to return to one of the countries I served in - Cambodia!  God opened the door for an opportunity to return to Cambodia as a long-term missionary.  I accepted a position to become the Director a

no eye unseen no ear unheard

this past monday my squad had a discipleship day. we heard a sermon about healing and just how much Jesus wants us to pray for the sick. we went out to a park near our home. people had prayed on the bus ride for the Lord to give us some people to talk to. i didn’t feel like the Lord was laying any specific person on my heart to talk to. so, i hesitantly followed the group as we walked up to the park. it was raining so that lead us under an amphitheater where there were 4 homeless men sitti

Honduras!

Hi everyone! First off, my sincerest apologies for not posting sooner. We've been super busy and don't have wifi at our house and really when I've been writing, it's just been to help myself process. But anyway, still no excuse and I'm sorry!    This blog is just a bit of a summary of the past month so far. We're in Valle de Los Angeles (valley of the angles), Honduras. It's a cute mountain town about a mile above sea level and 40-45 minutes outside of the capital of Honduras,
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