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Love the Words of this Song.


How I love this worship...

Wow! I haven't posted a blog for a while now. However, I have been doing a lot of journaling this summer and the beginning of this school year--it's awesome to look back and see God's faithfulness through stages of life. God did some wonderful things in Honduras, and I wrote down some of my experiences. You could read my account in the blog post entitled "A Tropical Test of Faith." :)

A Tropical Test of Faith.

Sipping the remainder of my bubbly ginger ale while packed like a sardine on an airplane, I gazed out the window, noticing that the landing strip produced the only visible lights amidst the darkness. A far cry from the Christmas-like lights surrounding O’Hare airport, my first impression of San Pedro Sula, Honduras, was that of an empty field. Gathering my maximum capacity carry-on luggage, I along with the missions team I was with, journeyed into the unknown (or at least into a tunnel leading to the unfamiliar airport). Not much time passed before I noticed directional signs cluttered with language I could not comprehend and unclean restrooms. While I felt satisfied with my thrifty purchase of a twenty-fluid-ounce bottle of Dasani water for only one dollar, I was yet to be sold on the idea of spending ten days in this foreign land—where toilets did not flush down toilet paper, water refused to heat, and roosters annoyingly crowed before morning. However, my limited expectations set t…