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Sep 2015

T15 – REST We have been learning about rest and work since before we got married, and we still have a lot to learn. Being in Taiwan has forced us to think about why we rest. Every Monday for the past 52 weeks we’ve said no to outside engagements, but often our hearts and minds haven’t rested. Thanks to some great pastoral care, we have learned to look to Jesus more......

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26
Sep 2015

T17: Recognizing sin “For we do not present our pleas before you because of our righteous, but because of your great mercy” -Daniel 9:18...

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25
Sep 2015

T18: Bringing the familiar to the unfamiliar Making something delicious and introducing it to new friends is a fun experience. Thankful that ingredients to make ceviche are universal....

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24
Sep 2015

T19: Scooter Life We were pretty homesick the first couple of months. But getting a scooter definitely helped us transition from feeling sojourner to a local. I’m also obsessed with scooter gang photos haha ✌?...

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24
Sep 2015

T20: Away from family There are many things that make living away from home difficult. The one of those things is family. Important moments in a family’s life can make us feel the distance more acutely. We’ve missed some birthdays, weddings, a birth, an adoption, and now a death. These are the days we wished we just lived down the street. My Grandpa Kilheffer went home to be with the Lord......

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22
Sep 2015

A video posted by Sara Martin (@sarita.marteen) on Sep 22, 2015 at 7:53am PDT //platform.instagram.com/en_US/embeds.js T21: Meet Lexi This girl has played a huge part in my personal journey in understanding the need for churches in China as well as some misconceptions about Christianity in China. Love this girl. Miss her everyday. (Source: https://instagram.com/)...

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22
Sep 2015

A video posted by Sara Martin (@sarita.marteen) on Sep 20, 2015 at 6:38am PDT //platform.instagram.com/en_US/embeds.js T23: Ancestor Worship Taiwan is known for their decorative gods and they fill temples. People pay their respects to their ancestors as they put out food offerings and burn money for them. (Source: https://instagram.com/)...

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22
Sep 2015

T24: Food Food is cheap and so delicious in Taiwan. And just like everything else, some things can take some time to get use to. Like this chicken, complete with neck and head. #?...

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