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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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Show Me Your Real Face!

In cross-cultural settings, itís easy to put up a polite front, act reserved, and never let people see the real you. But thatís just missing the point.

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Who Will You Become? — Janna's Story

IMMERSION changed my perspective so completely that returning to the same life I had left one year earlier was one of the most challenging, yet fruitful, things I have ever done.

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You Belong There Too

I came to Africa and these strangers allowed me the privilege to call them family; they gave me a place where I felt I belonged.

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Finding My Place, Finding My Peace

I'm learning if you come into a new place with an open mind and open heart, you'd be surprised how fast strangers become family.

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Who Will You Become? ó Emily's Story

Emily's post-IMMERSION path is unique, but it's a great example of how God can shape people through this experience in the most beautiful, unlikely ways.

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Un–Belize–able

I know I say every time I move somewhere that I'm in love with that place, but it's true every time I say it.

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Who Will You Become? — Drew's Story

It is my desire moving forward to continue to love those I can reach 'not in word or talk but in deed and in truth.'

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When Necessary, Use Words

These last several months have been quite the adventure, full of unexpected twists and turns, and yet full of so many sweet moments that I will forever cherish.

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Who Will You Become? ó Julia's Story

Julia had always felt a gentle nudge to serve in Africa, but had no idea what that could look like long-term. She just knew she had to GO.

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Until We Meet Again

We didnít come here to turn around a broken ministry or eliminate poverty in 13 days. Instead, I hope we were able to be a small encouragement to a lot of people and support the already incredible work people are doing here.

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