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Our Mae Sot Trip

Our Mae Sot Trip

Posted on 02. Jul, 2009 by .

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Well, the past two weeks have been packed full! Last Monday, we drove up (ok, Kelly drove, we just rode in the truck) to Mae Sot, located on the Thai/Burma border. We stayed for a week and observed and learned so much!

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Food Friday: Rice and a Little Piece of Meat

Food Friday: Rice and a Little Piece of Meat

Posted on 26. Jun, 2009 by .

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Monday evening, we arrived in Mae Sot- a city on the Thailand/Myanmar (Burma) border. Our time here has been jam-packed with learning about the trials of the people in the area and the ministries to reach out to them. Behind the Mae Sot Foursquare Church is a school for migrant children. At first glance, you wouldn’t recognize it as a school.

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Our “Barnabas”

Our “Barnabas”

Posted on 16. Jun, 2009 by .

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In the early church, there was a guy named Joseph. But his friends didn’t call him that. They called him “Barnabas,” which means “Son of encouragement.” (Acts 4:36) We have a family in our life who is our Barnabas, our encouragement. Tom and Nancy Hinton have encouraged us, prayed for us, supported us, pushed us along in our journey, and have been behind us the whole way.

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One Month In Country

One Month In Country

Posted on 08. Jun, 2009 by .

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So we’ve been here for a month already! If you’ve been keeping up with the blog, you know what we’ve been up to. If you haven’t, well just watch the video for an overview of our time here in Thailand! We miss everyone back home, but we’re so glad we’re here!

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On Campus Getting Campers

On Campus Getting Campers

Posted on 04. Jun, 2009 by .

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Bright and early on Monday morning (we’re talking 5:30 am) we met up with a whole group of blue-shirt clad church members to go to the second campus of Ramkhamhaeng University on the other side of town. We loaded up the van and two pick-up trucks with what seemed to be a random assortment of things. It wasn’t until we got there and saw how things were being set up that we understood how they all fit together…

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