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Profound Moments

Posted by Beth Burgess on

Today felt like a day filled with profound moments!  We started the day by meeting the band members from Arché, India’s first contemporary Hindi rock band. We attended their first concert last night where they debuted their first album. Here we learned more about a wing of...

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Tags: catalyst, india young life, arche, hindi rock band, catalyst creatives

Catalyst Love & Care

Posted by Beth Burgess on

Day 3 in India went well.  Today we went to experience the differences in the health care system in India.  If you are wealthy, you can afford any luxury possible. If you are poor you wont even be admitted to the government hospital unless you have someone to take care of you (change...

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Tags: catalyst, delhi, india go team, india vision team

And We're Off...

Posted by Beth Burgess on

When you read this, we will probably be somewhere over the European continent flying from Frankfurt, Germany to Delhi, India. There we will meet up with one of our Church Projects, Catalyst India, and our friend Abhishek Gier. Everything will be different; the food, the time zone (12.5 hours)...

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Tags: delhi, india go team, chapel hill go team

Poipet Dust

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By Dan Griswold Something I will never forget about Poipet Cambodia is its dust.  Poipet dust is infamous.  It’s in the air, its, in the street, its inside the buildings, its everywhere.    When it rains, the Poipet dust becomes the Poipet mud…. and...

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Tags: cambodia, go team, medical care, poipet, poipet dust, cambodia go team

The Flight Home

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By Pastor Greg Hello team, as I sit here on our 9-hour flight home, I have some time to reflect on our amazing trip to serve alongside our Cambodian brothers and sisters.  What a great trip it was, and while I know the pastoral team was blessed to see the "Good," I know that much or what...

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Tags: cambodia go team, cambodia mission

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