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Stepping Into a River

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Wow. Yesterday things started, big time. We were up at sunrise to leave for Campus Christian Center (C3) and prep for the day. From the moment we got into the cars, it was a whirlwind. Last year on this trip, there was a sense of pushing hard all week to build up the momentum we had by the...

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Medical Team Recap

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Our time in Cambodia was amazing!  Because there exists a tremendous lack of medical resources in Cambodia, we admittedly were often overwhelmed by the physical needs of the Cambodian people, particularly in the remote regions we visited. Each physician assessed and treated...

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The Best is Yet to Come

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Hello friends and family! Yesterday was hard. Real hard. We had a home cooked brunch of bacon and eggs, watched the Cougs pull a win in basketball against ASU, did a sunny prayer walk of the campus, and ended the day sharing dinner with a slew of Oxford-caliber speakers after church...

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Unexpected Gifts

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Some of the best things in life are the things you don't plan for. That pit stop that turns into a favorite eating spot. The child who wasn't planned. Surprises become something special.  It's in the nature of short-term mission trips to require flexibility, and that's no different here in...

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Medical Team Update

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Another busy day for the medical team. Dr. Ian Lawson leads the morning devotional, sharing how God brought him to a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. Then off to one village in the morning to treat 30 villagers and then in the hot afternoon a second village for another 30+ people. The evening...

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