Costa Rica update 1/10/11
It is hard to believe the trip is over! However, it was a great trip and we praise the Lord for all that He accomplished through our time in Costa Rica! We are also grateful to Him for bringing us home safely. It was an early morning yesterday as we got up, loaded up, ate breakfast and then were at the airport by 6 am. We all made it to Atlanta safely, but then split up into 3 groups for the trek home. We are just thankful that the winter storm Atlanta was expecting did not hit before we departed. Of course, we only had enough time to get lunch to go as one of the groups only had 20 minutes to get to the gate to board the flight home.
Thankfully, we all made it home safely. Tired from a long trip, people should be able to sleep well. Having said that, most people were either heading back to class or work this morning. So please be praying for the team members as they do not have much time to recover before hitting the ground running. As I mentioned, most headed right back to class, several of us came to work today and then one is heading to Spain for the semester last this week.
We are truly grateful for all of you who prayed for us and financially supported us to make the trip a reality. We trust that the Lord used us to impact lives for Him over these last 11 days, but we hope that will only continue as we live for Him at home. But I know for a fact that we were impacted as well. We were impacted by each other and by our ministry partners. One of the main churches we worked with was a tremendous blessing to us! There were 5 people from the church that spent virtually every waking hour with us, and several of them took off of work to make it happen. It is such an encouragement to be a part of God’s work around the world and serve alongside those from other cultures and languages who serve the same Lord and Savior!
Please be praying for the seeds that were planted and watered. We leave it in the Lord’s hands. Until next … !Hasta luego!
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