All good things must come to an end, including building projects.
Few things say “we’re on a jungle mission trip” more than monkeys and macaws.
Apparently, mission trips are hard work.
If a picture’s worth a thousand words, here are some (nice) choice words about the team from Ecuador 2012.
This post continues a series of my favorite photographs from our mission trip to Misahualli, Ecuador in May of 2012. Specifically, here are several shots of the people who went on the trip…
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but that didn’t help much in English class.
Now, however, there is no word count requirement or final grade on the line, so I’ll be posting several of my favorite shots from our church mission trip to Ecuador.
I have the cutest picture of my 10-month-old second cousin Garrett trying to eat a cardboard coaster. The thing I love about it is that he doesn’t worry about whether or not the coaster actually CAN be eaten, much less whether or not it SHOULD be. He just goes ahead and gives it a shot. […]
The World Market food section is a lovely place for the senses. I am walking through a cornucopia of brightly colored packages of marzipan and imported biscotti, surrounded by the scent of exotic teas and coffees from other lands. All of a sudden, my senses dim and center on a single package, the other trinkets […]
Small to mid-sized towns have a certain charm about them. Perhaps it’s the sense of homey community, or the feeling of history behind each landmark. With big cities, it’s easy to get so focused on the new things and the energy of mass population that you lose sight of the place itself. Not so with the small town. […]
We’re looking forward to the show Friday night, and especially the chance to play for the great folks at Nita’s Sweet Bean Cafe! (http://www.ftmyersjava.com) ———- – Phillip