Over the years, I’ve spent time in Kenya, Tanzania, St. Vincent, Burma, Thailand, Uganda, Rwanda, Israel, Argentina, Malawi Guatemala and the Philippines for shared learning and service experiences. And gone to places throughout Europe for fun and even went to Fiji for my honeymoon. Though I don’t have record of all of these trips on the blog– I wanted to point you to some of the most memorable ones.
Interfaith Delegation of Peace to Israel: January 2011
Pre-Trip Post: “Israel or Bust”
Post #2 “Wailing Women”
Post #4 “There’s More than One Perspective” (Kevin Hagan, guest writer)
Post #5 “Ten Thoughts for Thursday”
Post #6 “Telling the Story Through Pictures.”
Post #9 “Thoughts from Tel Aviv”
Post #10 “Sigh, Back at Home”
The Sermon in Response to the Trip Preached the first Sunday back: “Be Blessed”
My fellow travelers also blogged while we were away. To read more, click on the CRDC’s Website.
In June of 2012, my husband, Kevin, became the CEO/ President of Feed The Children— a large international and domestic organization committed to providing life’s basic essentials to those in need.
With Feed The Children in Kenya and Malawi: August 2012
Post #1: Hunger: Up Close in Africa
Post #2: In Kenya With Gratitude
Post #5: Why Do You Do This Work?
Post #6: Dance Your Dance
Post #7: Who Is Really Poor?
Post #8: Communion With Cake
Post #1: Poverty, Travel and Perspective
Post #2: The Slums
Post #3: A World of Contrasts
Post #4: Mission Trips That Aren’t Just Trips
Post #5: A Life That Counts
Adventures in Guatemala with Feed The Children, May 2013
Post #1: We All Have Pain
Post #2: When You’ve Just Got to Say Wow
Post #3: And It All Goes Back to Candy
Post #4: You Don’t Speak English, What?