The Last Day

Today we started the morning with a Bible study with the orphanage staff. Everyone on the team shared a short sermon on whatever God laid on their heart. Some talked about loving one another as Christ loves us, some talked of God’s sovereignty, some talked of God’s faithfulness, and some shared their stories and offered encouragement through their experiences.

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After the study, Ricky took the team, Belle, and some of the older kids from the orphanage to eat at a local restaurant. It looked almost like a tree house; the people who built the restaurant used existing trees and the landscape as part of the architecture and even put lots of wood carvings everywhere.

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We really enjoyed spending more one-on-one time with the missionaries and a few children from the orphanage. Plus, the food and location were both wonderful.

We also took a Thai Bible to Kanonit, whom we met on our first day. She wanted to know more about Jesus and set up a time for someone to come do a Bible study with her, so we visited her family again to fulfill her request and pray for her.

Tonight we will help with our last chapel service. We will share the story of Noah and talk about God’s faithfulness.

Our flight back home leaves after chapel. It’s a bittersweet feeling for us; we are excited to come back and see all of our family and friends, but we are also sad to leave those sweet children and our new friends in Chiangmai.

The Lord has done mighty things both in the people we met in Thailand and in ourselves. We look forward to sharing more about what God has done on this trip when we get back.

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