June 11, 2011

Mission Jamaica

Well, today has been quite an emotional day for me. Noah and I dropped Josh off at the airport this morning. He and eleven others are going to Jamaica on a mission trip until next Saturday. I don't know why I've had such a hard day? I have been teary eyed all day. Guess I just hate goodbyes... But, I know Josh is in God's hands and I'm so excited he was able to go this year.

Josh and his team will be serving at the Caribbean Christian Centre for the Deaf which is located in Knockpatrick, Jamaica. While they are there, they will be helping with construction work around the campus, leading workshops for the teachers, and putting on a Vacation Bible School program for the Deaf children at the school. Will you pray for Josh and his team as they share God's love with the Jamaican people this week? If you would like to be updated on ways you can specifically pray for the group, just click here to read the blog. Josh will be updating it reguarly while they are away.

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6 comments:

Hearthandmade said...

That is excellent news about helping with the campus. I hope they are well received. I have to say im quite anti religion and I dont believe in god but I do have faith. I tend to shy away from blogs who mention god in any way shape or form because I went to a convent when i was growing up and after I studied the bible and world religions and saw what the church in ireland was doing I decided i didnt believe... and I was preached at..left right and centre for years! But im happy to say that I love your blog and your family are very special so I wish them the best of luck!

Tiffany said...

how awesome is this!!! MANY prayers coming your way!!! xoxo

The Christians said...

Will definitely be praying! Gosh - I can't even imagine James being gone for a week. You are one brave woman!! Hopefully this week will fly by and Josh will be back before you know it!

Lindsey Jo said...

praying for you! and for josh!

Brittney @ britandtheboys said...

amazing! Praying for you and Noah while he is gone and praying for his Journey. I am SO glad you're back to blogging sister!! I am on my much needed break but plan to come back soon :)

The Tiny Team said...

SO AMAZING! I will pray for them. I have been working my booty off to help my brother and high school girl to get to their Kenya trip this summer. Such an amazing experience! I want to tell a friend about this trip, it sounds amazing!

xo,
Amy