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Travel Blogs from Tauranga
... you to give through. I am sorting out a US tax deductible organization to give through. This transition should be quick. Please release grace toward me, as I am learning and growing in this area (really every area :), and that's a good place to be, always growing and learning).
I hope this gives you a clear picture of my needs, what you can give toward and pray for. Please be lead by God in your giving. Thank you so much to all who have supported ...
... I'd hate to out-stay our welcome!
So this will be my last blog. Back to reality and a life more mundane. Col and I have had an absolute blast and both feel that this has been one of the best times of our lives.
Thanks for following our travels. If anyone reading this is thinking about doing something similar ...... just do it!
We had some fun in Queenstown. We went up the mountain in a Gondola and went down on a go-cart/Luge. The NZ open Golf tournament started with a festival in Arrowtown that participated in.
Heading north and central we made our way into Lake Tekapo; the central lakes are the bluest we've ever seen. Glacial fed with magnificent mountain views. We walked to the top of Mt. John to the Observatory. But unable to catch a star tour due to cloud cover, maybe ...
... there. Pray for vision, clarity, that I would seek God above all, purifying of my faith, and for Cambodia!
-After praying for the outpouring of the Spirit in New Zealand and the meeting finished, we left to return to base. We began driving down the road and then saw a man walking with one leg that was stiff and with a cane. We believed God was leading us to pray for him, so we ...
... up mostly of steps. Those I could have coped with. The Copenhagen ice cream bar must be good, they had a queue out of the door, but I forewent the pleasure. My long walk back took me past the beach and, this time, along the waterfront back in pretty Tauranga. It's New Zealand's fastest growing city, itself on a spit of land; as close to riviera as New Zealand gets, according to Lonely Planet. In the evening I walked to the sights of the local pak n save, grabbed dinner and walked through ...