Perhaps you’ll enjoy pics of things I’ve seen this week in Romania. I’ll post more in a couple of days.
A study in contrast from the red Ferrari I saw in a mall parking lot in Timisoara.
Does anyone know what type of flower this is? It grows on a bush.
These gals were sitting by the road so I stopped to talk with them. They loved the attention and gave lots of kisses and hugs.
Stairway to nowhere.
This is the village where we held our camp for teens and young adults. Notice the modern technology on the hilltops–a strange sight considering this village still uses a shared outdoor water tap for fresh drinking water.
Great pictures! Amazing to see another corner of the world. I’m sure so many were blessed by your ministry and vice versa!
Yes, I love overseas travel and cross-cultural ministry. God is at work in every corner of the world.
What tales you will have to tell to your grandchildren! What stories you will have to tell to the world! Thank you for sharing a little of your amazing journey. That flower, by the way, is a hibiscus – so beautiful!
Yes, I’m looking forward to telling some of these stories to my grandkidlets when I get home and in the years ahead. It’s our responsibility to recall God’s faithfulness, to tell them of our experiences that have caused spiritual growth in our lives. What a privilege!