I don’t even know if I have any readers left out there but just in case there are one or two who still love me… I’m home!! (If you didn’t know… I’ve been in KwaZulu Natal – near Durban, South Africa – for the last 3 weeks)

I landed with the 5 kids from our church this past Tuesday night after traveling for 24 hours, of which I spent most of it awake. I even had an entire row but couldn’t fall asleep!!

I’ve posted a ton of photos on my Facebook page in case you want to check them out. Here are a few to keep you interested in this blog… 🙂
This was a day spent in a Township called Embo, they have church in a container! After the service (which can go on for a few hours) Hillside Church hands out food bags to the ladies who walk – some up to 2 hours – to get there. We walked home with a few, spent some time in their homes and prayed for them. Two people who were crippled got up and walked, one lady who couldn’t use her right arm was healed as well. It was an incredible day!!

There is no ventilation or air conditioning, no windows or even toilets. It’s a simple shipping container filled to the brim with people wanting to praise the Lord together.


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  1. glad you are back! the pics show an incredible experience I am so happy that you were able to go

  2. Church in a container? Wow….and I imagine every bit of their collective heart is grateful and thankful to the Lord for it.

    So glad you had a wonderful time, seeing Father’s love at work…

    As for me looking happy on the boat trip…it felt like going to Cabo was a divine appointment, and was thrilled for much of the week, having been used by Father to share His love with a new friend I met down there…it was very cool and we’ve maintained our friendship via email since we’ve been back. Talk about priviledge.

  3. Thanks for visiting my blog, and an even bigger thank you for your visit to my beautiful part of the world. We have some amazing people here, as you have clearly experienced. They often find ways to make something from that which others have discared.

  4. Hi, what a wonderful time you had!

    I hope you write more about your experiences on the trip.

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