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... and feet, while he had insults and taunts verbally thrown at him. It was a beautiful reminder that Jesus experienced pain much greater than ours. We also took a moment to reflect on how we would not be present when many of these projects are finished, but that is the beauty of God's timing. We don't get to always see the harvest of sowing seeds for God, at least not in this Earthly body. God is so good! Isn't he? We send our love as we feel yours! ...
... highlights of our trip. The day started with a hearty breakfast of eggs, rice, plantains and banana cake. We then sat in reception waiting for our pick up to take us to Sky Adventures for over half an hour which was a little frustrating. It was the only part of our trip that Costa Rican vacations had messed up. Our itinerary said we were being picked up at 10.15am but the company picking us up had it down as being 10.05am. Hence, when ...
... as it's in a completely different country and as I had no prior knowledge of the country it turned out to be okay. You never know unless you try, right lu?! We came out and found a small cafe to have some lunch and then sasha said she wanted to find a jade museum as she loves jade and so again we walked for about half an hour this time and also again found it, right next to the previous museum we had been in. This one was actually quite interesting so that took a ...
For those who are new to our posts, we have become quite expert at finding those frequent flyer deals that allow us to travel to many of our destinations virtually free. This trip to Costa Rica was no exception in that we were flying on frequent flyer miles and had only to pay the taxes to get here.
Of course you have to fly some unusual routes to get to your destination at times. We flew from Austin to JFK in New York and then on ...
... and bond with Thrivent colleagues while volunteering for a common cause. Everyone was joyful, helpful, and generous with their time, effort, and resources.
Our Habitat hosts were outstanding, friendly and fun. The Costa Rican communities and families were very welcoming and kind. I am truly grateful to have been blessed with this opportunity to grow, serve and translate. Pura Vida!
Josh - Hope. Love. Forgiveness. Silence. Friendship.
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