Kathy and I went to Salzburg Austria to see the church that Mozart was baptized in. What an amazing place! From there we went to a lake by the city of Gilgal with an island that had a church on it that was built by the monks. With the heavy accent of the tour guide it took me an hour
Most of the these were taken on the last day of camp before heading back to one of the villages. I didn’t expect to cry. I didn’t expect to make friends for life. I love the people of Ukraine! May God continue to bless this nation.
Today we were blessed to have a joint service between First Baptist Church San Antonio in Oleg Larkov church, Church of God’s Design. Worship was wonderful and beautiful. The band did well and the words to the songs were in english and Russian. Everyone on the team that was a pa
Friday we had an amazing day. We finished the day at Pastor Olegs camp and made the long drive back to Kiev. We got some much needed rest in before we did another shashleek dinner. Having that two times on one trip is a blessing from above! Ruslan Bilokon and Igor did the cooking for
Thursday night we had shashleek (BBQ) and fellowship. The night began with a game of quest and Capt. Jack Sparrow played by Felix Caballero. He did a great job! There were a lot of stories, hugs and praying before it was all over.
This is our last night at this camp and l am overwhelmed by the love we have been shown. We have made some friends and prayer partners for life! I have learned so much here. These people are truly amazing. They made us a BBQ (Shash-Leeka… yeah I’m part BBQ here lol) and it
We started the day with a wonderful marriage seminar led by Mikel Allen and Frances Allen that became emotional but very educational. We also had a Prayer conference that was spirit lead for almost an hour long where the Ukrainian and American team shared the time in deep prayer. Stev
Today was good. Our seminar was fun but there was a moment when it had to get serious again. I had to answer some tough questions and my answers made some cry. Later they hugged me and walked briskly away. Later, I was told it was out of admiration and respect but what I spoke about w