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

Gap Year Growth: Trusting God with Everything

It was a wild year, ladies and gentlemen, but it was quite the experience. Much more than I couldíve imagined, but worth every minute.

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Lost and Found

As my teammate Mary Claude and I spent hours trying to find the right words to say, trying to find the encouragement to give, searching for a way to remind our friend of Godís faithfulness and goodness, we found it to be an almost impossible task...

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Someone Else's Extraordinary

And where we we? Not stuck in traffic, or walking to class, or eating breakfast at the kitchen table, but riding down a dirt road in a truck bed to a music competition in a small village in the middle of the jungle in Southern Costa Rica.

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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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Stepping into Love

At times, Iíve had so many other comforts that make it feel like I never left the States. But with that, the challenges Iíve faced are so different than I expected.

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17 Things I Learned on IMMERSION in 2017

We all jumped into the trip with a blind YES, trusting that God would make good on his plans for us...and guess what? He did.

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Changed for the Better

It is so bittersweet, this feeling taking refuge in my heart. The excitement of returning to one home, yet the sadness of saying goodbye to another.

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Why I Refuse to Forget IMMERSION

What we did on IMMERSION will not be forgotten; the people we met, the relationships we formed are real. We were a tiny part of such a bigger thing that is happening in these communities.

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Just a Girl Living in the Wilderness

This idea has taught me to simply be present, to love the best I can because I have no distractions, and to be patient in this slow-paced community.

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Making Space

Simply receiving another person and offering a quiet space to sort out their brokenness is perhaps the greatest tool we have for evangelism, but we often look past it because it canít be captured in four steps and mass distributed to hurting people.

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