“To go boldly in Christ where no one dares, to shine His light, to share His name, to meet the need, to help, to feed, to reach this world ’til Kingdom come.”
Yet, the thing that impacted me the most was the hospitality of the people. Some did not even have homes to open up to us, but I have never felt so welcomed into someone else's presence; it didn't hit me until after I returned to the States that that was how Jesus was present and active in the Philippines.
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