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Tearful and Joyful Goodbyes (Women’s Panama Trip)

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There were a lot of tears. As the group was waiting for busses to pick them up after the morning worship and another message from Garciella, women and girls, one by one came up front to share. To share their gratitude, lessons learned, takeways, struggles and joys. Each talked about the impact...

Ice Cream for Jesus

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Today began with breakfast and songs of worship. What a beautiful experience to recognize a song even though it's in another language. Just another realization that God speaks ALL LANGUAGES. Graciela Matos is the key note speaker for the conference and a testimony to the Holy Spirit working...

(Hungary Trip) Last Day in Budapest

Posted by Meagan Lingenhoel on

Wow, what an amazing last day to a wonderful trip! My name is Meagan Lingenhoel and I have been on the Hungary Missions Trip this past week along with 8 other "Bible Chapelers." I grew up here in the great city of Budapest as a missionary kid, and jumped at the opportunity to go back to see...

Comfort Zone (Hungary Trip)

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Hello! I am Matthew Nuzzo, a few of you probably know of me already but for those who don't I will tell you a little about myself! I am 17 years old, the youngest member of our group, and I am quite the introvert. I decided to come on this trip because I wanted to serve God and push myself...

Random Evangelizing (Hungary Trip)

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Today at 9 am. we left the hotel and got on public transportation for a morning of random evangelism at various local universities in the beautiful city of Budapest.  We arrived at one of the downtown squares around 9:30 and waited for other team members to join us.  Everyone arrived...

And So It Begins (Panama Women)

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We walked through the streets of Casco Viejo and saw Panama from the shore line. Traci took us past some people selling things and we talked to a man and woman. Traci shared the gospel with them and both accepted Christ. It was such a good reminder to stop where you are and share Jesus with...

Midweek Reflection (Hungary Trip)

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Hello dear readers, it's Scott Cowden again. Now that we are half way though our trip to Hungary I wanted to take a moment to stop and reflect a bit before going into the excitement of another fulfilling day.  When I first decided that I wanted to go on this crazy trip to Hungary, I really...

Hit the Ground Running

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We arrived safely to Panama on Wednesday afternoon and became fast friends with Traci. Our entire team are first timers to Panama.  Wednesday night we went to Curundu where friends of Traci work. They feed the homeless in the ghetto on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday each week. They let us...

Stressed Out

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One of our longer days is in the books! We have survived. Today’s writing is being brought to you by me. I go by many names, your child may call me Miss Julee, your student may call me Mrs. Hunter, if you’ve met my husband he will tell you I only answer to...

A Little Less American

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Hi, How are you? THE American greeting we have been warned never to use. Asking will either provide enough information about a Hungarian to fill out their medical history form or if we say this in passing, we will offend. The Hungarian will feel we are rude to ask a question but not wait for a...