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Well, we’re home now. I’ve showered, emptied my suitcase, and even washed my clothes. Our delayed flight in Denver allowed us to spend 90 minutes more together. It was a relaxing ending to the mission week. Frontier Air even gave us … Continue reading
On Thursday, our mission team packed lunches and headed to Big Horn Canyon National Park. Bea-u-ti-ful. Rolling grasslands stretched for miles meeting the deep blue sky far off in the distance. Dust devils spiraled in the fields. Herds of cattle … Continue reading
“It’s the res.” When the truck runs out of gas …”it’s the res.” When the horses race through the park …” it’s the res.” When people arrive hours after the expected time …”it’s the res.” Dogs, cats, cows, and horses … Continue reading
Another beautiful morning under the Big Sky. Pancakes on the outdoor grill, bacon, and cereal started the day off right! Work commenced shortly after devotions and clean up. Siding began going up on the bath house. Our short-term mission team … Continue reading
Our worksites on this short-term mission project vary widely. One team went into town to pick up trash and prayer walk. They met new people as they worked and the basketball court is a cleaner and safer place for children … Continue reading