Day 5 Itinerary

In a few minutes, we’ll be taking the 0h-so-fun, sardine-inspired bus ride to an orphanage about 2 hours away.  Actually, the bus rides are really enjoyable (and not just because it’s air-conditioned) because of the conversations with each other.  It’s a good time to get to know one another, laugh, and also reflect on what God is doing in our lives.  Plus, our GCOM workers have great sense of humor and they keep us entertained.

The orphanage has about 100 children, some who are not really orphans.  Rather, like many situations around the world, the parents could not afford to keep their children or did not want them.

While with them, we’ll put on a small clinic and then play some games.  I’m expecting a joy-filled day with lots of laughter. 🙂


4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Nikol,
    Aug 05, 2010 @ 23:49:30

    Tell everyone that our church is thinking of them and praying for them often. Send our love to everyone – we are so proud of all of you for the work that you are doing in the name of Jesus!

    Nikol Blair


  2. Kyle Johnson
    Aug 06, 2010 @ 04:58:35

    What a joy to see the smiling faces in the photos! Thank you Lindsey for posting so that loved ones stateside can keep up with the groups’ activities.

    I send the group lots of love and positive energy. May you all continue to stay safe while completing such wonderful work and sharing the love, hope, and material necessities so desperately needed.

    Please tell Mike, Teena, and Kerby, specifically, that my thoughts and energy are with them.

    Thank you and best of luck!


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