Heading to Ethiopia…

15 thoughts on “Heading to Ethiopia…”

  1. MAY YOU ALL HAVE A SAFE JOURNEY AND REWARDING EXPERIENCE IN ETHIOPIA AND AT PROJECT MERCY. I WILL BE THINKING OF ALL OF YOU, THE GREAT FRIENDS WE HAVE MET, THE GOOD FOOD AND THE WARM WEATHER. LOOKING FORWARD TO YOUR ENTERIES ON THE BLOG…PICTURES AS WELL.

  2. thank you for giving of your time, talent and treasure to help those who so desperately need it, but have no resources to obtain it. I always look forward to reading your blogs. Safe travels!!!

  3. I feel so very lucky to be part of the team and to return for a second year! We do very much enjoy “letters” from home. Thank you for your thoughts and blessings…we will keep you posted on our blog!

  4. You are giving of your time and skills in a way that most of us will never do. Congrats for having the courage and compassion that it takes for such a journey. You inspire me! I’ll hold you in my daily prayers.

  5. God Bless each one of you for the giving of your time and talents to help these people who need help so desperately . How long will you be gone ? Blessings and safe travels . Rick & Sandy

  6. Off you go, Team One! Safe travels, and thank you for doing this important work. You will surely change lives, bringing new health, hope, and healing to people who sorely need it. Plus, your timing is pretty good, too! 🙂 We’ll keep you posted on the cold, snow, and ice here in case you break a sweat! We look forward to your news and photos and great stories. Take care, Godspeed, and more soon, John

  7. I’ll be praying for a safe journey to Ethiopia and while your are at Project Mercy, May you all have a rewarding experience, Enjoy the warm weather, the great food, and the many smiles from the friends that you will meet and work with at Project Mercy.

  8. Safe travels, and I look forward to hearing about your trip and seeing photos! Thank you to all of you for your service on this trip!

  9. Off you go, Team One! Many thanks and safe travels in this important work! You will surely change lives in Yetebon, bringing new hope, improved health, and real healing to those you encounter. Pace yourselves, you may be almost halfway there by now. Your timing is pretty good, too! Rest assured that we will keep you posted on the state of the ice, snow, and cold here at home, just in case you break a sweat at 8 degrees North of the Equator. In any case, many thanks again for stepping up! Take care, Godspeed, and more soon, John

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