I’m back from my most recent trip to Thailand. We had a great team and did a lot. The team hit the ground running in Thailand. We helped with a soccer practice, worked with an English class and took part in Thai, Deaf, and Urdu (Pakistani) church services to start off the trip. We hosted an outing with the Thai youth and held a field day for the Pakistani refugee children. We also worked in a remote village where we taught English, put on a soccer camp, did crafts with the kids, fed the kids, gave them new socks, and provided water filters for the school. Then, we had a church service in the village, handed out water filters to the families, and had a large meal with the church. To finish off the trip we went and visited the International Detention Center where we were able to minister to refugees from Pakistan and Iran. It was a very humbling experience to say the least. Several members of the team had family and friends living in Thailand and they were able to visit them as well. Looking back, it is hard to believe everything that happened. The Lord really blessed the trip. Then, 15 hours after arriving home I was in a missions conference. LOL! Nothing quite like jet lag. Here are some pictures from the trip.