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Two blogs from students reflecting on their time in Manila. 

Tags: Manila

“Didi, didi!” (Sister, sister!) I heard a child’s voice calling out behind me and it sounded like it was getting closer and closer to me. 

Due to some unforeseen circumstances, we’ve had an abrupt change of plans, so now we’re back in Mexico City and in an awkward limbo between where we had been, and where we’re going next.

Tags: Mexico

This week has been extremely difficult and one in which I really had to depend on the Lord as well as my teammates.

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If orientation outlined the ‘who, what, how, and whys’ of the Trek, then our first week with our host families fleshed the issues out. No longer were we talking about incarnational ministry, the Mexican people, or the brokenness and beauty of it all.

Tags: Mexico

"Ahorita" has become one of my favorite words in Spanish because I feel that it sheds light on how Mexican culture differs from United States culture.

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After touring the breathtaking Cathedral, exploring the general Zócalo area, and eating lunch, our team set out to find El Templo Mayor.

Tags: Mexico

I remember watching one of the videos listed among the resources for the Global Urban Trek the week before departing and the speaker focuses in on the theme that “God is one because God is three.

Tags: Mexico

Our country is 90% Muslim, a politically and religiously Islamic nation, yet here we are in a small garbage village that is primarily Christian.

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