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... br> I'm having Mike, resident historian and lover of all things military, guest blog the spot on our Normandy coast and d day experience. If we were artists, I'd be an impressionist, painting few details, but with hopeful suggestion of mood and color, light & shadow featured heavily. Mike, on the other hand would be Da Vinci-like, research and detail oriented; every muscle in a figure correctly duplicated, or every tree in the forest represented. ( I knew ...
... François View prayer conference schedule 12:30pm lunch with volunteers 2:00pm team prepares Prayer Conference materials (i.e.. Name tags, Train cards, schedules) 4:30pm go to nearby park with Chad for sonship Art discussion - Impressionism: Claude Monet, Degas, Renoir, Manet, Mary Cassat Expressionism (Van Gogh) Sonship: the law & the gospel Legalism vs ...
Day 4 Thursday
Volunteer Orientation in the morning
10:00am walk to the patisserie to buy baguettes for lunch time
10:17am meet Jerry Moyer
He spoke about how he and Carolyn became missionaries, Ezek22
Jesus intercedes for us - we are to intercede for others
11:00am World Team background
Guadalupe, West Indies mission
Ended up in Haiti, set up a bible school
10-15 years, spread to the ...
Day 3 Wednesday 8:30am wake up meet Chad's wife, Kim and their kids Pavel and Jonas 11:00am Église de la Brie, meet the senior pastor, Lorenzo Seeker sensitive discussion 12:00pm get dropped off at Combs la ville station to return to Cergy-le-Haut 1:30pm arrive at Cergy-le-haut 2:00pm meet Moriah and Jean Allen at the ...
Wow! To have 3 weeks in one city is such a great experience! No pressure to 'see it all' in 24 hours. No guilt over sitting in a park for hours on end, enjoying the atmosphere, the people, the scenery! There's enough time to really establish a connection with the locals; the baker who takes the time to explain which baguette is the best one, and the store owner who waves and says 'bonjour' on the street. Living in Montmartre is like living in a very small ...