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Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Our Ecuador

As promised, I said that I would post more about our time in Ecuador. The song that goes with this is a song by my favorite group, Caedmon's Call. They traveled to Ecuador and seems were effected much the same way we were. Some of the pictures are hard to see I worn you, especially those of children in the dump. Keep in mind, a lot of these people LIVE IN the dump. There are also a lot of pictures of the landscape, the hospitals we visited, the missionaries we love and just Ecuador in general. If you want to know more, let me know. I hope you all can get a glimpse of the wonderful country and people of Ecuador. Enjoy!

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Chista said...

Wow that was awesome to see. I'm sure it was a life changing trip. I can't wait to see you. Pretty soon you will be able to add Evansville to your list of exotic places visited

Hummel Family said...

Thank you for sharing your trip with us! You two amaze me!!!! You could just see God's Love Shining through your faces as you ministered to those children. YOu could see LOVE!

Awe. I am sure God has a HUGE SMILE on His Face!

Love ya

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Chista said...

Oh my word Kim that clip of that little boy was hilarious. I watched it over and over and laughed just as hard and then i had to call my sister and hold the phone up to the computer. Of course the expressions are just as funny as what he says.

Bethany said...

Amazing photo slide show and music too. Wow. Loved it. Thanks for taking the time so I could share in your trip and your experiences. I miss you tons Kim. Wish I could fly to Chicago anytime I wanted to hang out. Love to maybe do a missions trip with you sometime. I think helping at an orphanage would be an amazing life changing experience as well. Missing you and praying for you guys. Love ya!