Monthly Archives: November 2012

The honor of worship in Albania and here

Can you imagine being under communist rule where no religion is allowed, the very name of God would result in punishment that could consist of a beating and jail. A place where there are no churches where you can freely … Continue reading

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We were under attack

One of the craziest parts of our trip was how it seemed EVERY TIME someone was supposed to be used in some sort of main ministry they would be under physical attack: headaches, stomach bug, respiratory infections, etc. I recall … Continue reading

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Journal entry from day 2 in Albania

This is what I wrote in my journal at around 1 am of my second night in Albania on the mission trip, November 4, 2012: Day 2, full day – Albania 11-4-12 I am not even sure how to put … Continue reading

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Why me?

I’m a mess on a good day. My mind has thoughts that I’m not proud of. My past has skeletons I would rather forget existed. I tend to be impatient with rude people rather than forgiving and have to make … Continue reading

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Albania trip reflection, part 1

I am honestly not sure where to begin. Too much happened to put it all into one blog. Perhaps I will write more than one post, for now I will just focus on this one in order to not overwhelm … Continue reading

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Albania – first morning here

Well, it’s our first morning waking in Albania. I’m so excited that I had to force myself to sleep last night & I still got up really early, haha. We never saw daylight so Friday is gone…it’s hard to wrap … Continue reading

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