Immersion Blog

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

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The Journey to IMMERSION

For as far back as I can remember, I have been planning the next step of my life. In my eyes, the plan was so perfect. I had it all planned out to the last detail. Then God simply reminded me that I am not in charge of my life.

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Growth in Darling

The coals of my faith are always there and always burning, ready to be reignited at all times. The further I walk in my faith the stronger my flames become and the deeper the embers become.

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Heart Like An African Taxi

Godís love is just like that, His kingdom is like that - limitless and always willing to stop for you.

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What Can I Say About IMMERSION?

I wish words could describe the heart change I experienced in these countries and the work that God has done. The people I met, the relationships I builtómy life will never be the same.

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Big Love

I think itís safe to say the thing I will remember most about our time spent is the relationships we built with each other.

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Comfort Zones

Regardless of the fact that the Basotho people and I came from what seemed like opposite ends of the Earth, God was with us both.

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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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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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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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A Servant's Heart

Each member of this group personally embodies what it means to have a servant's heart. For them, it's not about what they can get out of the experience, but rather how they can give back to their community.

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