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Stories from the mission field of hope, love, and the life-changing impact of cross-cultural relationships rooted in Christ.

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Our Daily Bread is Enough

This wallpaper stood out to me first because it created such a contrast compared to the construction happening all over the room, but also because I was struck by what a powerful prayer it had become in the midst of the brokenness that had enveloped this family’s daily life.

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Restoration is a Process

While the team came to do the physical restoration projects, God used it as an opportunity to show his goodness and his plans for restoration for His kingdom

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A New Take on Loving Your Neighbors

I know God orchestrated these relationships in a special way to strengthen His community and bring families together.

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Love for Niños

They find friendship, love, and, acceptance at this ministry because they are at a safe place where they are seen as unique children of God.

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People Over Projects

The relationships built between the teams and community each summer are so vital because they change the way we think about mission work.

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Part of the EM Family

There was none of the stress or awkwardness you would expect from bringing 12 people together for the first time to spend a week together. That's what is so cool about being an EM Alum.

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Hunt for Food

Finding 100lbs of rice, beans, and bottles of oil is quite the scavenger hunt.

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Starting the Work in Houston

In some areas, you could smell the mold in the air, and the smell grew stronger as we walked past piles of ruined personal belongings on the side of the road.

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Connecting the Dots

It is a very special thing to be able to walk around town and know the people you pass by, and we are just beginning to see all the connections between those people.

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All One Body

We never know how big of an impact we can make simply by using the talents God has given us.

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