Spain Mission Trip 2019

Heading Home

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Last days are always bitter sweet. On one hand, we get to head home and back to the familiar: family, friends, jobs... It's means our normal schedule, our own cars, our food. It means home. It's always good to go home. But it also means leaving what we now have here: the kids from the VBS, the...

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Morocco

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Yesterday and today were long and tiring, but were also very good. Yesterday was our trip across the strait to Morocco, where we visited Tetouan and Tangier. We were up early to get to the ferry. We met up with JD, Sarah, the girls, and a friend of theirs, Lydia, an intern. JD left the...

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Goodbyes are Hard

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Today we finished up many things. It was the last day of VBS and we taught the kids about Jesus’ death, crucifixion, and resurrection, focusing on the forgiveness Jesus has given us. The puppet stage was finished for the last show. The kids had a great time and we were all sad to see them...

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Water Day

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Today is what I would call a good day. It was long. It was tiring. But it was good. Beginning with VBS, we went through the story of Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane and the disciples’ struggle to stay awake. The lesson was shorter today for the sake of a trip to the park for some water...

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A Long Day

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Day two of VBS was much more a smooth run. After breakfast, a devotional led by Zach, and a prayer time, we headed over to the church. From the music, to the lesson, craft, puppet show, and game, the day went well and all the children had a good time. We’ve built stronger bonds with those...

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Semper Gumby

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Semper gumby, always flexible. Missions trips never go the way you planned. After many mission trips in high school, I have seen and experienced this many, many times. Cherie and Thad have been telling us from the beginning that we need to expect things to go wrong. Things going wrong should be...

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Preparing for Camp

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Our first day in Spain was long and productive. Most of the team headed over to a café for breakfast before we went to Agua Viva for the Sunday service. JD led us in worship with a few songs, in English and Spanish. Three of our team members shared their testimonies in front of the rest...

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Arrived!

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After months of meetings, preparing for our mission and getting to know each other, this week was it. Monday night we met to trade last minute details and pack our team bags. Over the next few days, we added in the last-minute things and got our individual assignments done. Friday was the day...

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Team Update and Prayer Requests

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This Friday we leave for Spain. The team has changed some as we have lost Paul and Marsha Plaxton. Marsha is having surgery tomorrow, July 10. This came up very fast. It is recurring from over 20 years ago. Please pray for them as they absorb the shock and disappointment. The loss is...

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Team Building

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In addition to our monthly meetings to get us all ready for Spain, the team enjoyed a great potluck dinner Monday night.  The Plaxtons were incredible hosts with Marcia outdoing herself with themed placemats, flowers and décor!  The fare was Spanish-inspired, with lots of...

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