In less than two days, we’ll be boarding a jet bound for Yangon, Burma. We’ll be spending almost three weeks in that mysterious country (it’s between Thailand and India, and has been largely isolated from the world, a pariah of sorts, until the past few years). The purpose of our trip is to explore our faith (you have to get out of your comfort zone to challenge your faith); to be a bridge between our Burma family in Aurora and our extended Burma family still living there (you’ll recall the “unreachable” feeling many refugees feel); and to bring a message of peace, unity, hope, and love to our fellow humans living in Burma.
We plan to have lots of stories and updates upon our return. Stay tuned. But here’s what we’ve been up to (in photos) the past few months: Continue reading