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Travel Blogs from Hammond
I had the opportunity to travel back down to Louisiana to preach for the Big Creek and Shiloh churches; I stayed with the Carman's and was also blessed by getting to visit with Ray, Hillary, and the Haden's!
The Lord blessed me to speak His word to the brethren regarding God's command to "come out" (2 Cor. 6:11-7:1), His call to holiness (1 Thess. 4:1-10), and ...
... Jess and I couldn't stop buying toys for these kids, they are going to be so spoiled that's for sure! We have brought down so much that we only had 3 pounds to spare between both of our checked bags. And then we still have our two backpacks and two carry-ons, most of it being for the children! We are fixing to board the plane, please keep us in your prayers! We will try to post when we arrive!!
Beth and Jess
6 days to go, 5 bags packed, 4 weeks visiting, 3 hours of flying, 2 excited girls, and 1 mission!
The days are flying by so quickly and there's still so much to do! Beth and I feel a little crazy leaving when we are. She's in Disney until the day before we leave and I'm in a wedding the day before too! We're officially crazy, but we might as well do it while we're young!
The bag situation has gotten a little out of hand! I have 30 ...
... bed. At night, we split our time between meeting the benefactors and visiting their homes and hanging out with the older students. We pray every night as a group and review the day. We usually go to bed early because we wake up so early. On Saturdays the kids do get to play, do crafts, and catch up on homework. On Sundays everyone attends mass in the main church and the kids are visited by a group of college students who play games with them.
... are going to try blogging once a day about what we've done on our trip. Key word is try! I know I'm not the most tech savvy person on the planet, and from our experience last year, the internet can be spotty at the Valley.
If anyone wants more information about the Valley, you can visit their website at: http://www.valleyoftheangelsorphanage.c om/.