It’s time for an update! This time last week, we found ourselves in Paris airport waiting for our connection flight. We had a layover of around 4 hours. So, what does one do when they have a long wait, Starbucks and good reminisce of the last few days in Norway. The crisp, fresh air with the unexpected flurries of snow seemed so beautiful, but I experienced something so much sweeter. The wonderful feeling of unity and faith. I can guarantee there’s nothing quite like it! Continue reading “United in Norway, 2017”
Spring has one of the most beautiful ways of saying hello! From months of bare trees and snowy days, there’s nothing more refreshing than the pretty blossom trees and the beautiful bird song. The ground seemed dead before but is now brought to life with the grass breaking through the dirt. “It’s as if God Himself is breathing new fresh life back into His creation.” What a wonderful season! Continue reading “Bloom Where You’re Planted”
Last month, I found myself walking down the streets of an elegant capital. The city was hustling and bustling with the sound of clicking cameras and various languages. The remarkable bridges and clear waters made me feel as if I was in a classic fairytale. Eastern Europe has one of the best kept secrets… BUDAPEST, HUNGARY!
This weekend, we will see the entire Christian world celebrating the redeeming work of the cross. With this being my second Easter in Romania, I decided to bring you on this journey through the streets of Bucharest and share the joyous celebrations with you. We will look at the power of the cross and remember. We will look at the empty tomb and rejoice. Jesus is alive! Continue reading “Romania Celebrates!”
by Valita Jill Patterson
“Home Sweet Home” is a phrase that most will recognize and will agree with but how does a person feel at home when they travel?
Earlier this month, we had the privilege to travel 4 hours north to a very historic city in Romania, Alba Iulia. Although in the same country, it’s interesting to see the difference from such large city, like Bucharest, to a much smaller one. It bring me joy to share this hidden gem with you!
Throughout the month of February, we’ve seen protest after protest. Although they are starting to get smaller in size, it’s remarkable to see the perseverance of the Romanian people demanding an awakening in the country. People of all ages, backgrounds and walks of life came to stand in the gap for the people in Romania.