• Summer Trip 2016 Day Five

    The last working day of the trip arrived too soon! Sasa picked us up at 9:30 and quickly deposited us to his home church where 16 kids were waiting for us. Janice told the children the story of the fa...

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  • Summer Trip 2016 Day Four

    Day Four found us headed back to Saša's church in Kucura. All of the children were now out of school, and they were waiting for us when we arrived. We talked with them before we started, as by now we...

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  • Summer Trip 2016 Day Three

    This morning is the last day of school and all the children go in the morning for special events. We went to visit the Orthodox church we had seen 2 yrs ago where the mission group from the Netherland...

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  • Summer Trip 2016 Day Two

    I woke about 7:30 to prepare for the day. We meet for breakfast at 8:30. We had eggs with bread and Turkish coffee. Saša picked us up at 9:30 and we went to his house. On the way we stopped at the "c...

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  • Summer Trip 2016 First Day

    I woke just before 8am, showered and got ready for breakfast. We met at 9am in the restaurant at the hotel for breakfast. It is Sunday so the owner served us as his staff is off on Sundays.  He is ve...

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  • From All Around Serbia

    Let's take a trip around Serbia and see what God is doing. The reports were long, and full of information. I'll give you the highlights. First up Sasa reports from northern Serbia, around the town of ...

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  • A Day of Worship

    I want to apologize to everyone for the delay in this post.  Unfortunately, my trip was interrupted due to a medical emergency back home and this was the only blog post I was able to get written duri...

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  • I Was a Stranger & You Welcomed Me

    Posted in Sasa's church in Kucura is this passage from Matthew 25:35-39 "For I was hungry and you gave me food, I was thirsty and you gave me drink, I was a stranger and you welcomed me. I was naked a...

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  • I Wonder How Faithful I Would Be

    Sometimes I wonder how faithful I would be if I lived in northern Serbia and attended a small Roma church in Djordjevo. A woodstove warmed the room -- a little (or a lot) too hot on the side facing th...

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  • A Few of Our Favorite Things

    Friday was a travel day for us. We left Pirot early in the morning, drove to Nis, where we dropped Marijan and Slavica off at the bus station for their return trip to Prokuplje, then we headed north t...

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