Humble, Happy Homes.

12 thoughts on “Humble, Happy Homes.”

  1. Love reading your daily updates! My heart is full. Many continued prayers being sent your way.
    Love,
    The Borners

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  2. KFred – Hard to call you a traitor for play for your boys! Do they know that these guys kept you alive for 5 months?

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  3. Another great update. Without question this experience will leave an indelible mark upon all. Enjoy the hospitality, appreciate your blessings and soak in the happiness. Cameron we miss you and can’t wait to hear about your journey and experience
    #livelife #lovegod

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  4. Lovely update, thank you … Praises that this trip is having a special impact on all those participating. May God grant each of you a special “good bye time” knowing these children, families and places will steal a piece of your heart forever. My memories and heart for missions make me realize how true this is …. God bless and Carry on.. love you Cam and friends Gramma Pat

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  5. Wow. This is everything we prayed for and more. What an indescribable journey for all of you – yet your blog so beautifully depicts what we can only catch a glimpse of. Praying for a double rainbow during the downpour of tears during tomorrow’s goodbyes. You have forever blessed those around you. Safe travels.

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  6. Sounds like another day that will touch your lives forever. Katy – we can’t wait to hear every detail of your trip and everything you have gleemed from being on the other side of the world. you are all a blessing for each other – God Bless, we love you!!

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  7. Amazing things going on there but We miss you here! So glad you have this experience to build on and continue your good work! Lots of love❣️

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  8. Thank you 2018 Philippines team!! You all now understand what a special place that small island is that is tucked in among the 7,200 islands that make up the Philippines 9,000 miles away. God has been so good through you and will continue the next days there. I know the final Jeepney ride away from San Agustin is so hard (tears and memories flooding you), but know there are 500+ children forever changed because the body of Jesus stoped by to talk, play, eat and simply say I Love You. I see you. You matter.

    Thank you for saying yes. Thank you parents for letting them go.

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  9. My heart melts every time I read One of these updates! They are so beautifully written and it’s so excing to hear about all you are doing and how all of your lives are being touched. What a wonderful blessing this trip is. Enjoy every moment. Prayers and blessings to you all!

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  10. Wow Robin, thank you for these updates! Praying for today as you guys prepare to leave. Our kids will forever be changed in a way that only this trip could’ve done!

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  11. Reading these posts written by these AMAZING students just makes me so happy. I am so excited that all of you get to experience what was, without a doubt, the best experience of my life. Being over there, so many miles away from home, but worshipping the same great God is beyond words. I am hoping everyone is healthy and really taking in the few days you have with those kids. Enjoy every second of your time over there! Sending prayers and love for all of you!

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  12. Cameron you better have played on the b-ball team. Needed to show Kenya white girls can jump. Emma hope you learned to make curry.😁😁 Your blog makes me cry I’m so happy for all of you!!!!

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