It’s all in a matter of time…

Beauty of the Lord

Beauty of the Lord

Hello dear family,

Time is flying! The older you get the faster it goes, too! I remember as a kid when an hour felt like a life time away! An hour today, well.. there’s not a lot one can do in an hour. It’s just enough time to get nothing done. haha! I remember growing up and I’d be ready to go to the pool in the summer… almost everyday my mom would respond to my “can we leave now” to “in an hour”…. those are dreadful words to a child.

Well, I have an hour and I’m going to spend it with you guys! Catching you up on well… my life as it is in this season.

My second semester at bible college has been such a wonderful experience. I feel almost as if I have gone back in time to re-live my 20’s. Which is kinda sweet considering I sadly don’t remember my 20’s. It’s been one super busy season. I haven’t experienced a work load like this in quite a while, maybe ever. This season of classes has challenged me so much. Tons of reading, tons of writing, campus job, (most importantly)time with the Lord. I do apologize that my blogging hasn’t been frequent, but I haven’t had much time for anything other than doing homework and as we all know.. time just flies. Where did it go!

The Lord has been teaching me so much during my 3 months here on campus. To be honest with you all, it’s been humbling. Living by campus rules that I don’t understand is difficult. I don’t understand why I can’t have a drink in my room, or a snack in my room. Why I can’t have a thermos of coffee in the auditorium. There is no way that you can spill those suckers! Why do I have to wake up at 7:45 even if I don’t have chapel or classes? These rules I have struggled with a little bit and the Lord has showed me in and though them… just how hard it is for me to die to my own flesh. I’m very stubborn. I have zero problem giving up things that I don’t really care about.. but when it comes to ‘my things’ the things that I WANT… well that’s a different story. I like to determine what’s important to give up, instead of letting the Lord determine it. Instead of coming under the authority of Calvary Chapel regardless of rules that I don’t understand. However, I’m learning! You’d think I’d know this stuff by now. Dying to my flesh! My wants! My desires! Lime chips in my bed at 10 pm. Well, it didn’t take the Lord long to humble me and show me how much I suck at submitting to him. Walking in obedience can be so hard. I’m not gonna lie. If I really give the Lord my ear to speak… He does. Often… I dont’ like it. Nah! Lord… that’s not a big deal. You dont’ care about that. That’s sin! I had to repent! and I’ve had to stop drinking coffee in the mornings. Well, I’m not gonna get up early enough to drink it before chapel.. so, for me, that means no coffee now. I am doing my best to obey these rules now. And lets be honest…. you all’s prob best that I’m forced to chill on coffee a little bit. haha! And ya know what… It’s not been that bad. Most days, I have no coffee until after my morning classes. Guess what! I’m still alive.


As I was talking about time… it is really easy here to get so busy with homework and put off personal time with the Lord. I’ve had to fight for it here, more than any other time ever. Praying. Getting in the Word. Sitting before the Lord. Having that closeness with God. It’s a battle. One the Lord is totally helping me with! Discipline has never been my very strong suit, but I’m learning it. I hope to leave hear in a year with some strong discipline skills in my back pocket. On the upside…My favorite times have been Father/Daughter walks at night around the lake. It will likely be those times that I will reflect on when I look back upon my time here at CCBC.

I have made some really great friends here and I’m getting into my grove.

Me and some friends at an Open Mic night in the Coffee Shop

Me and some friends at an Open Mic night in the Coffee Shop

This campus is special! It’s a place that has been created to allow followers of Christ to come and just focus solely on the Lord. It’s a season. It’s not real life. It’s a blessing. I’m blessed. I’m being stretched. I’m growing. I’m learning. May God be glorified! His grace and love amazes me!

Where classes are held.

Where classes are held.

As I finish up my 2nd semester (I have 2 weeks left) I am pondering my summer. Haiti is always calling and I’m praying about a summer there. Please join me in prayer for that. I really desire you prayers for that! I long to be there and be with my kids and my Haitians! But, I’m just trusting the Lord that He will give me some specific guidance as to whether I should walk toward Haiti for the summer in faith or if I should sit still and see what God will do. I struggle between these two. I find both examples in the bible. Waiting upon the Lord and allowing Him to move and then faithfully walking toward something and giving God the opportunity to guide my steps as I move. I have the time to go, I do not have the funds to go. But, I have never had the funds to go. God has always provided. I trust that He will if He wants me to go. God is my only father, and my family in a large way. I depend greatly on Him for everything. Without Him I would be, do, have nothing. He has given and done so much for me. I”m so blessed beyond measure by His love and kindness to me. I still sin against Him and He still loves me. Amazing! I’ve enjoyed this journey for the past year and life with my Lord and Father could not be sweeter. I want to please Him so deeply with my life! In holiness and obedience. Not because I have to, but because He is so worthy of it! It’s like the only thing I can offer to Him… I so deeply want to give to Him back for all that He has done for me. But, I can’t. I can’t give Him a thing. I just pray that He would be pleased. That I can learn each day.. to give Him more of me.

It could be that the Lord may want me to stay in L.A and get a job this summer as well. That’s another option that I’m praying over. Would love prayer for that as well. Just guidance from the Lord. He has blessed me with a place to stay in L.A over the summer. So thankful for that! I suppose that I will just continue to pray and take each day as it comes. I hope honestly to end up in Haiti, because it’s so hard to continue to tell the kids that I don’t know when I’ll be back… but I know that God’s timing is so perfect and I want it to be His timing, His will, and His plan for my sending. If any of you get a word for me…. please send it!🙂

I do still believe that He is calling me to Haiti after school full time. He has actually been quite on the issue and I don’t feel as though He’s spoken anything further to me than what He did when I was in Israel, but nevertheless…. what He did speak still stands. It’s hard sometimes to not lose sight of that. It’s very easy to begin to doubt it and wonder if that’s still His will for me. Either way… now is not the time to worry about it. He will show me. Right now! I’m in school. I’m learning so much and can’t wait to use some of this knowledge. I’m just excited to be able to join a conversation about a topic I might actually have a slight bit of knowledge about! haha.

I am ever blessed and thankful for each of you in my life! To those of you that subscribe to this blog and have encouraged me! Thank you! I can’t tell you how those times carry me. Change is hard for me, so when you guys send me word of encouragement and let me know that I”m not forgotten! It means more than you know! Thank you from the bottom of my heart!! (I really don’t know what that means, but you know what I mean).

My and two of my favorite gals and dormmates at the Banquet.

My and two of my favorite gals and dormmates at the Banquet.

Also, here is a funny video of me and my roommate Kaitlyn! We love to talk like my nephew Holden!

And here is a cool quick video of our school wide baptisms this semester. 20 people got baptized.

May the Lord richly bless you all! Our God is so Good! Worthy of all praise and all honor and all glory!

Michelle Terry

“I still find each day too short for all the thoughts I want to think, all the walks I want to take, all the books I want to read, and all the friends I want to see. The longer I live the more my mind dwells upon the beauty and the wonder of the world.” – John Burroughs

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Life of a Girl in Bible College

Hello Everyone!

I have been at bible college now for almost 2 weeks. Man, I have to say this place is just unreal. It is for sure not the ‘real world’ that I normally live in, but I think it might resemble a little bit of a very ‘real world’ that we will live in one day… during the Millennial Reign. I”m absolutely loving it here! I can’t even put it into words. Just to walk around campus and see so many people worshiping the Lord on their guitars, sitting on a hill praying or having a ‘cup of Joe’ with the Good Book. It blesses my heart. I start my days with morning worship and devos! Before most of my classes we have a time of worship and prayer. It’s the Lord all day everyday and I LOVE IT!!! It’s just been such a joy to be here with the Lord. I totally feel like I”m on a honeymoon with the Lord (in a non-weird way) I’m so blessed to be able to take this time to study, go deeper in learning His word and growing in my personal relationship with Christ. Jesus is the only reason that I am here! He has done everything for me and I’m beyond amazed at his graciousness toward me.

I have 4 amazing roommates. Jaymie, Christina, Katelyn, and Michelle. They are really sweet girls and they are from California to New Jeresy. It’s such an answered prayer to be living with such amazing girls. Sometimes I’m in awe at the Lord’s goodness in selecting us to live together. I’d been praying for these girls for like a month before I got here… and now to see them, get to know them is really cool.

Classes here are intense! I’m taking 22 credits and typically people take 18 to 20. The classes that I’m taking are; Joshua, Romans, Genesis, Apologetics, Cults and World Religions, and Biblical Counseling. There’s a lot of reading and papers in all of them. Plus I have to do 8 hours of serving on campus, 7 hours of Chuck Tracks! So, I gotta say, I’m one super busy girl. In almost every bit of spare time that I have, I’m doing homework… and I just love it. It’s so exciting and fun. A think all the papers may be a little challenging, but I know that I can do it. My favorite class by far is Biblical Counseling. It’s also my most challenging because much of it goes straight to my own heart. I”m gonna learn so much about myself in that class and the Lord is going to do a huge work in and though me via this class, I can just already tell.

This is a typical day for my bed! Book galore!

This is a typical day for my bed! Book galore!

The Lord has already spoken so much to me here. Three words that I feel He has given me for this semester is: Healing, Identity, and Hope. I know that He is going to continue in doing deep healing in my heart, continue in secure my identity in Him alone and encouraging me that I have a 1000 and 1 reasons to be hopeful, with the main one in Jesus.

I’m making lots new friends and meeting more people everyday. I’m so thankful that there are several of my Israel gang here. They are just like built in family. I don’t think we will go though one meal together where someone doesn’t mention how much they miss Israel and how they want to go back. I think we would all go back again together if we could. I know I miss it very much!

I started a home group this week or better known by my L.A peeps as what we would call a community group. There was only about 12 people there and it was wonderful. The couple that leads it is older and carry so much wisdom. I’m really excited for this season to get to know them.

Thank you for your continued prayer for me. Please continue to pray for me. That I would be so intentional in growing in my relationship with the Lord and not just trying to get though work. Pray that it is thought prevoking and that it doesn’t become mundane. Pray that I would be led by the Holy Spirit in all my conversations. Pray that I would continue to trust and depend upon the Lord for all things including provision. He is a mighty Lord and I know that He is going to walk me though this journey. I have the most amazing Abba Father! He is so beautiful and I am beyond thankful for all the blessings that He showers me with.

Here is a picture of the Bible College Campus. Yep, I live here. God is so good!

Here is a picture of the Bible College Campus. Yep, I live here. God is so good!

“And God is able to make all grace abound toward you, that you always having all sufficiency in all things, may have an abundance for every good work.” 2 Cor 9:8

God Bless you All! If you have any prayer needs, please feel free to leave them in comments. I would love to pray for you!

Love in Christ,

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Delight is a Two-Way Street

This is my last full week in Haiti and I’m already beginning to feel the sadness set in. After being here almost a month, my relationship with these children has grown leaps and bounds. Leaving them is going to be so hard. I have been so blessed to have this time with them; to talk with some of them about Christ and what it looks like to follow Christ with their life. There is such a need for discipleship here in Haiti and I long to step into the role when that time comes.

One of my favorite moments while being here on this trip is reading the little boys a bed time story and then praying individually with each one. It fill my heart with joy to hear the words “Michelle, will you pray with me!” and then the little guy next to him says “Me too” and around the room it goes with “Me too’s!” haha. Hearing their prayer requests and then interceding on behalf of them to our Father has been super special to me.

My love for these kids and my relationship with them is teaching me about my own relationship with my Father in Heaven. I delight in these kids. To see a smile or hear a laugh, makes my heart melt. An embrace from just one of them, puts me over! I LOVE IT! on the flip side of that, being rejected from them is equally as painful. This week one of my favorite boys got upset with me for correcting him in something and he wouldn’t talk to me for days. I was so sad. To have him look at me and turn his back to me, just hurt. But the Lord used this to teach me about my relationship with Him. On a very small scale and can understand what the Lord feels like when we embrace Him and what He feels when we reject him. Tears flowed this week of meditating on what the Lord must feel when His children reject him. Oh the hurt he must feel. I can’t imagine the pain of that. I feel the sting with these kids, but they aren’t mine. In 2013 I really want to ’embrace’ my heavenly father more! I want bring him joy just by crying out Abba! Daddy! I love you! I want to run to him with arm stretched open! Because now I get it. I understand more of what it means, to have a Father that delights in me.

Continued prayer for the Lord’s provision. I will be returning to Los Angeles next Monday. I have 3 weeks before I head off for school. I’m praying provision for; car insurance, phone bill while at school, a new car battery, food for 3 weeks while in L.A, supplies for school.

I’m excited to begin my second semester and to continue in the journey of what I believe is preparing for life in Haiti.

The LORD your God is with you, he is mighty to save. He will take great delight in you, he will quiet you with his love, he will rejoice over you with singing.” Zephaniah 3:17

Should you feel led via prayer… you may donate below.

Some photos for you:

Much love in Christ,


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Loving Haiti

Haiti has been really great! I’m really enjoying my time here, however I’ve been a little sick the past few days. I have a pretty violent cough if you guys would like to pray for that. Christmas was amazing! Best Christmas ever! Being with these kids and handing out gifts to them, sitting around singing worship songs! Ahh! so good! I am very blessed to be here. Here is a Christmas video for you all!

Being here in Haiti for the past two weeks has been so eye opening! Being on the inside of an organization like this verses coming with a team, you see more of a real Haiti. The deeper needs, the deeper heartaches! I’ve already seen things that are burned into my memory that are hard. Things that you just can’t look at! Sadness and suffering at a level that is so much more than I’ve ever experienced or seen first hand. I’m forced go to the one and only true comforter! Our Father! Sin in the form of violence, has just done and continues to do such a number on humanity and especially innocent children here in Haiti. Here is just one example. My first week here I was in a staff meeting and we heard of a 14 year old street kid named Richard who got sent to prison a week earlier for getting into a fight and accidentally putting a 4 year old boys eye out by stabbing him with a stick. I don’t know the details of how that happened but from what we heard, he didn’t mean to stab the child. Heartbreaking. So then, the next day I was on my way to the feeding program and all the street kids were lined up outside and I saw this huddle of street kids around this one little boy. I knew it couldn’t be good… so I pushed my way though the circle and there was this little boy screaming and crying with a hat covering his face and he was trying to hide from all the kids…. We grabbed the little boy and his brother and brought them inside. It was the little 4 year old boy who’s eye has been stabbed out and all the kids were wanting to see it and he was so scared, embarrassed and in a lot of pain. The little boy’s name is Jude and he was so precious. I couldn’t handle it. Ahhhh! We fed him and comforted him and then sent him home. I just wanted to hold him with the love of Jesus! Please pray for this little sweet boy. That he would know Jesus and that resentment and bitterness would not set up in him at such a young age. Pray for Richard as well, the kid who put his eye out. He will be in prison until Jude turns 18. Then there will be a trial. So this kid, is looking at likely life in prison.

On the bright side!! Today, we went up to the mountains! Our Haitian driver Lelly picked up his cousin Jeff and he rode in the front of the truck with me. I chatted with Jeff for awhile. He is 25 and studying English. He was very nice. This is Jeff on the left.

Jeff is on the left

Jeff is on the left

We went to this place called the Baptist Mission and had lunch. I walked around with Jeff and asked him if he knew Jesus. He said “Yes. I believe in Jesus.” I pressed a little further and asked him what he believed about Jesus? He didn’t know. He did not understand and had never heard about sin, Jesus paying for our sin, salvation, praying to accept Christ for that salvation. I shared the gospel today with Jeff in a way that could ONLY be the Holy Spirit! It was unreal. I knew in the moment that these words were not mine. After Jeff looked at me and said “I have never heard this! I now understand what it means to believe in Jesus” He said that he had never prayed to God and accepted Jesus like this and this was very important. He asked me “Can I pray this at any time? Can I pray it now?” To which I laughed and said, Yes!!! Let’s pray! Jeff accepted Christ while we were walking. When we were done he said “I feel like a new person” I understand, and now I can go and tell people and explain why I believe in Jesus” He was so happy! He told me that I had done good. haha! I told him the Holy Spirit done good, which gave me the perfect way to explain the Holy Spirits role of the trinity that I had told him about earlier. It was just really good! God is so good and faithful! I fear there is a great misunderstanding of Jesus here.. and I desire to make Jesus clear… one Haitian at a time.

All this said……I have seen how God has grown me and I don’t think that He is quite though preparing me for Haiti. The Lord has provided for me to continue on to bible college so I’m going to go in Feb for my 2nd semester. I know it will be challenging and I know I will have to rely on the Lord to provide my day to day needs, but I know that he will.

My bills total $150 a month plus living needs like food, toiletries, gas, etc.

If you have prayed and feel led to support me in this, you can do so here.

God Bless you and much love from Haiti!


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Haiti and Good Decisions

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Hey guys, I am back from Bible College in Israel. What a wonderful blessing it was to be there studying the bible for 3 months. I will carry that time with me always. I’m currently in Haiti and I’m enjoying … Continue reading

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Last Full Day in Israel

So much time has gone by since I last was able to post. I do apologize, our internet has gotten worse over time. Please forgive me.

Today is my last full day in Israel. I woke up and a group of us walked the wall of the city. It was a very somber feeling to just walk, pray, and take in this beautiful city one last time before we leave. I’m going to miss it here very much! I have made some of the sweetest friends, from a 20 your old Muslim man named Hammada, to a whole lot of Arab Christians from the church that I served at this semester. I am going to miss these people so much!

Tomorrow I will go to the Arab church one last time, then we come back and clean the hotel and then we will get ready to head to the airport for very early flights on Monday morning.

I am excited to stop into L.A for a quick visit before Haiti. I’m not sure what the Lord has planned for me after Haiti. Either L.A or Murrieta. I’m trusting that God will show me. I have really enjoyed studying the bible. The word has become so alive to me during my time here. There is no way that I could ever read the bible the same. I truly see it with new eyes and that’s is such a blessing. I will forever be grateful to the Lord for teaching me in this way.

Please be praying for the Lord’s will in my life. Either L.A or more school.

Here are a few photos from my past week. Hope you enjoy!

Ok! See you guys soon! I love you all!


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Travel Week – Mount of Beautidudes

We visited the Mount of Beatitudes on our travel week….it’s what is commonly known in Isreal as the ‘traditional’ location. That means, this is where they think it is, but they can’t really be sure. Most of the places you visit here are traditional locations, with the exception of a few that are indeed the exact location.

Mount of Beatitudes  What a lovely place! It overlooks the Sea of Galilee and while we where there we sat on this hill and had class time on what else… The Sermon on the Mount. The Sermon on the Mount has been special to me for quite a while now. The Lord put it on my heart some time before I left to begin memorizing it and so by doing so I got to study it quite a bit before I left… so to sit on this mount, and look out to the sea of Galilee and just picture Jesus sitting here and teaching his disciples. “Seeing the crowds, he went up on the hill, and when he had sat down, he began teaching them saying…” I don’t know if I really paid much attention to the lesson while we were there… I was too busy just being in sweet presence of the Lord and talking and thanking him! My spirit couldn’t help but to worship during that time.

Just to add another note… it is quite the Catholic hot spot today. There is a Roman Catholic church on the site and plenty of people there bowing down do a carving of Jesus on a cross. It was a little weird. None the less, it was a beautiful place and I enjoyed it very much!

Here are some pictures from my time there.

Love, Michelle

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Travel Week – Capernaum

During our travel week we visited the town of Capernaum, which was the headquarters of Jesus earthy ministry. It is also where Peter, Andrew, James, John, and Matthew – his disciples were from. Capernaum was a fishing village on the northern side of the Sea of Galilee. Today, it is just a tourist site.

The entrance.

We had class there and was so blessed to see the ruins of this historical site.

Getting ready for class time

Archaeologist have uncovered quite a bit of this city. You can see the foundations of the city walls and the homes. I learned while I was here, that back in bible times people would build small so they could expand out. Here are two different photos from two views of what they have uncovered of the ancient city.

Capernaum ruins

Capernaum ruins

There is also the remains of a 4th Century Synagogue whose ruins are among some of the oldest in the world. The synagogue was really cool and I can imagine very beautiful. We had a little fun here.🙂


Reach for the sky!!

Also, here at Capernaum they have uncovered Peter’s mother-in-law’s home. This would be the home that the paraplegic was let down though the roof so that Jesus could heal him. Out of all the sites that we have visited, this home is said to be the most legit place. I guess there are many reasons that they believe this was really her home.

Peter’s Mother-In-Law’s house

It was a really neat time here in Capernaum. It’s right off the Sea of Galilee and it truly is such a magical place.

This is me standing on the edge of the Galilee in Capernaum

I’m a little behind on posting here… I’m sorry guys! It’s hard to post because our internet is the worst. It barely works. So it takes a lot of time and effort to just post one post. We have 26 days left here and I can’t even imagine leaving. It’s going to be so weird to not be here. To wake up and not hear the call to worship, to not have a kitchen full of people all trying to figure out breakfast, to not have to head straight to devotions. I”m going to miss it here. I’m just trying to make the most of the time that I have left.

My time here with the Lord has been really sweet. It’s also been a season where I feel like the Lord has been more silent than usual. I’m learning a lot about scripture, theology, and the life of Jesus…. but I’m also learning to continue to lean on the Lord even when He seems quite. I know there are times in each of our lives where it feels the Lord is more quite than usual and I think that has been the case for me here. In times past, I would get very antsy and feel like my walk with the Lord wasn’t doing good, or I needed to ‘work’ to have the Lord feel near. So, I’m can say that my walk with the Lord here has not been based on emotion, and that is a good thing. That was something the Lord started working on in my back in June. I know that Lord is near me and I trust the Lord is near me, so I try to just stay focused on him.

Please pray for the Lord’s future plans for me. I would like to go to bible college in the spring in Murrietta but I am also very open to whatever the Lord has. I know that if it’s his will for me to continue school then he will provide it. I used this site to raise partial funds for school here in Jerusalem, so if you would like to donate toward my next semester and feel led to do so.. that would be great. Just putting it out there. Either way, please keep me in your prayers!



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Travel Week – Galilee

After Bet She’an we headed to the Sea of Galilee. Our director had set it up so that we could camp at a site beside the sea.

Our campsite at Galilee

It was a really nice site and we were all super excited. I mean, camping along the sea of Galilee!

Once we arrived we took in the site as the sun was just setting.

Sunset at Galilee when we first arrived at the campsite.

Off to the nearby distance you could see the stunning city lights of  Tiberias on the hill. It was breathtaking the way the lights of the city reflected on the water. First thing we had to do was jump in the water of course!! Then we cooked some food over an open fire and played some games. It was a wonderful time of bonding and fellowship.  Some slept under the open sky, some slept in tents, and some were afraid of the nearby howling wolves…. so they slept in the car. Me….. I slept in a tent with my little bestie Maddie. Camping is so much more fun when it’s warm, that’s all I got to say!🙂

We woke up at sunrise the next morning for some worship time while starring out at the sea of Galilee thinking of our lovely Savior Jesus.

Sunrise at galilee

Then we cooked some pancakes, had some coffee and then some went for a morning swim.

Cooking Breakfast

Morning Swim

Me at the Galilee


Our first day of traveling was pretty special.

Love you guys!


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Travel Week – Bet’She’An

Oh man! I don’t even know where to begin on trying to tell you guys about our travel week. We did and saw so much, how do I can recap it all. But I will do my best.

First I just want to say, I know how greatly blessed I am! The Lord has shown me such great favor! I praise Him for His perfect love and for His goodness! I’m so delighted that our God is really sweet and wonderful! That He is the only real God and that it is a pleasure to live for Him and to serve Him.

We took a trip headed toward northern Israel two Sunday’s ago. It was a 4 hour drive and we made a pit stop along the way. You can see a little video of my short side trip on this means of transportation here.

I finally get to ride my camel!

Our first stop was Beit She’an. Beit She’an is most notably known as the mountain where the Philistines hung the dead bodies of King Saul and Jonathan. During the 3rd century it was a Hellenistic city where an unknown deity was worshipped there. There is tons of history to this place, all of which I’m not going to write but you know how to wikipedia if you feel so inclined.

Here are some photos that I took:

Michelle, Me, and Charlene

View from the top of the mountain

another view from the other side of the mountain


I also recorded some videos that you can see here.. Video 1 and Video 2

Love you all! Please continue to keep me in your prayers!



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