Monthly Archives: May 2012

Trust in the Lord


This past semester, I was in a Bible study which focused on the promises of God.  We spent a considerable amount of time contemplating promises God has made to us–both promises found in the Bible that are for everyone and promises God has made to us individually–and exploring which of those promises are easy for […]

The Perks of Giving!


I know you are all dreaming of the extra square footage you’ll be getting in your mansion from all the missions you support, but I’m here to tell you that there are some earthly perks to supporting this trip (not that you need any incentives, or anything). Prayer Partners You are the most important!  All […]

Orphans


One of the things I’ll be doing while I’m in Ukraine is volunteering in an orphanage.  Right now, I’m the most excited about this part of the trip.  First of all, I just love loving on kids.  I always have, and I probably always will.  Second, Eastern Europe, in general, has a serious orphan problem. […]

Shopping


Today, I needed to go down the pharmacy aisle at the grocery store to pick up some Excendrin for a friend.  As a result, I ended up getting a whole bunch of stuff I hadn’t planned on buying today for the trip.  I’m not even sure if I’ll need it all, but each item seemed […]

Memorial Day Remix


For those of us here in the US, today is Memorial Day, a day in which we remember those who have died serving in the armed forces.  I would guess that most cultures have days in which they remember important people or important groups of people.  Recognizing sacrifice seems to be a nearly universal trait. […]

Weakness


I have many weaknesses.  One of them is particularly pertinent to this blog, the upcoming trip, and what I want to do with my life in general: asking for help.  For reasons I won’t go into at this point, I decided at an early age that I just needed to figure things out myself–if I […]

A Look at Krivoy Rog


Yesterday I wrote a little bit about the city in which I’ll be spending most of my time–Krivoy Rog.  Because the city is not a tourist destination, there really aren’t that many images available online to give you an idea of what the city looks like.  At this point, if you haven’t done a Google […]

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