Six planes and two trains later, across the world and back, Chris and I are home now from an incredible trip to Southeast Asia, where we visited some friends who have made that part of the world their residence the last couple of years. This trip was amazing in so many ways, and I would love to go into every detail, but for the sake of keeping things simple, I’ll give you a little background as to what is going on over there.
Our friends’ goal in living within a mainly Islamic (and severely unreached) nation is to bring the hope of Christ to people who have never heard of the freedom that comes with trusting in the One true God. From running a social work foundation, to bringing in various medical practitioners to do teaching and clinics, to spending time with their neighbors and some of the local college students, to making long treks into the jungle to meet with and share hope with the natives living in remote villages and equipping believers within those areas, God is using Kyle and Misty and other believers there to use these platforms for the gospel to be shared and heard within one of the largest unreached people groups in the world.
Would you like to hear more about our trip and what God is doing across the world? Click here for Kyle’s blog to read all about it. Chris and I get so excited when we think about God’s commission to all believers to take the gospel to all nations and are constantly in prayer as to how WE can be a part of that. After all, this life is short and passing, and we want our lives to count.
Here are a few shots from the trip (out of my 1,000+ photos I took altogether!). Enjoy!