Month: August 2016



This rug, showcased at a local museum, is a great reminder of the intricacy of weaving. How amazing to serve the One who knows every thread of our being, and who has woven our lives together

Prayer Point: Relationships


This summer we’ve been able to connect with students in several ways: an American style cookout, movie nights, a lakeside hang-out, and more. The cookout (shown above) occurred shortly after several devastating world events. We were able to share a moment of silence and a short prayer with those who attended–Praise God! Please pray with us for more opportunities to take these fun times together to a deeper level.

Marriage Supper

When people here have a wedding, no expense is spared to pull off the greatest celebration ever.  Wedding parties are known to go on for many hours, and some even last days as people celebrate and offer toasts of blessing and love to God, the bride and groom, their family, and honored guests. Weddings like this one make me rejoice that I have been invited to the great marriage supper of the lamb.
Revelation 19:9 And the angel said to me, “Write this: Blessed are those who are invited to the marriage supper of the Lamb.” And he said to me, “These are the true words of God.”

A Walk to Remember

Up for an exhilarating walk? This 700 meter wooden walkway that juts out over a 100 meter canyon will take your breath away! Just one of the many adventures in nature you could enjoy in our beautiful country.



Many people think that the Swiss Alps is the largest mountain range in Europe, but that’s not correct. In fact, it is the mountain range bordering our country that contains the highest mountains in all of Europe. Its beauty is breathtaking!
Psalm 19:1 The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands.

“I Think it’s that Way?!?”


Just in case you were wondering, this sign helps you know just how far you need to go to get anywhere from Mars to the all important WC (water closet).


This Academy was built by a king in 1106. It has since been restored, but the lowIMG_4876-2 stone benches along the sides still have the old niches for books the scholars used. According to medieval chroniclers, this Academy became “a second Jerusalem” where geometry, arithmetic, astronomy, music, grammar and philosophy were taught. The king was said to have built this complex “out of gratitude to God for his victories”– we pray the people here in GM will remember their rich history & once again turn to God with hearts of gratitude.


Prayer Point: Light Invading the Darkness


“I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.” John 8:12  Please pray that His light will invade the darkness in this place, and that those who light candles such as these will know the Truth in a life-changing way!

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