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Beyond these walls, to the ends of the earth...

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The story of New Life Homes in Swaziland is captivating. It’s a narrative of orphaned children being placed in loving, stable homes on a beautiful farm in the Swazi countryside where they can go to school, be part of a family, live in a Christian environment, and continue being kids. From...

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The Thailand Journey Continues

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We arrived in Thailand on Friday, and we were still on our way to Laytongku on Sunday. It’s one of the interesting things about partnering with ministries in remote locations. Sometimes the journey feels just as long as our time in the destination. This is very true of our partnership with...

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Tags: chapel hill go teams, thailand, thailand go team, laytongku

Cambodia Team Report & Celebration

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It’s been a week since our team arrived back from Cambodia. We are all back into the swing of life, school, work. Although I’ll be the first to admit that I still yearn for a nap around 1:00 each afternoon. And I’ll admit that I spend a lot of time scrolling through the...

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Tags: cambodia, cambodia go team, cambodian hope organization, chapel hill go teams

Cambodia Team has Arrived

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If you are reading this blog post, the Cambodia team has safely touched down in Phnom Phen. Those who have been before are basking in the familiarity of a country that keeps calling them back. Those of us that are here for the first time are experiencing the initial whirlwind of new sights...

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Tags: cambodia, cambodia go team, cambodian hope organization, chapel hill go team, mission trip

Coffee as a Love Language

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Coffee is my love language (a tall half decaf Americano with steamed cream to be precise). Not only is it mildly addicting and lifeblood to this mother of young children, our coffee shop culture provides a place to gather. It gives us a chance to be in our communities, a place to sit with a...

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Tags: chapel hill go teams, coffee, haiti, love language, world relief, haiti coffee, haiti vision team

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