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.
The mudslides had carved deep furrows in the earth and the trenches remained; reminders of the fragility of life.
Clouds hung low over the green patchwork mountains as we passed the artificial canyons dug by mudslides in 2001.
Stability. It’s someone almost everyone wants, but what about when you’re stable, but don’t seem to be going anywhere?
Do you ever feel powerless in your Christian life?
Maybe you’re trying your best but seeing no results? You’re not alone! Everyone feels like a failure at one time or another, and sometimes what we need most is to go back to the beginning of it all…
Do you ever feel like something is “holding you back” in your walk with Christ?
Maybe you’ve wanted to experience more of God’s power in your life but just can’t seem to figure out how. And what in the world does this have to do with cats, ketchup or catamarans? Join Pastor Phillip Gonzales to find the answers as we explore God’s Word to discover three keys to “unlocking the power of the Christian life” in this three-part series, “The Cat, the Ketchup, & the Catamaran.”