This week, I’m leading a missions team to Costa Rica to support The Abraham Project, and two full-time missionaries that we sent here to Costa Rica, Jason and Kerby Harpst. I’ll be blogging daily about our progress here.
We have arrived
We arrived yesterday in Costa Rica. It was, quite possibly, the longest day of my life.
We started the day at 2:30, a.m., in Clarksville, TN, and didn’t land in Costa Rica until 6:00 pm.
On top of that, I’m sick.
What’s the only thing worse than getting sick in an airport?
You’d be correct if you answered, “Also getting sick on a plane.”
I started getting sick in Miami, and I haven’t stopped that process. I’m on the mends now, but not back up to full strength yet.
I was super excited about preaching this morning, on the value that the Gospel places on community. This hits squarely in the middle of my passion. I was really excited about it, but since I’m sick, I’m having to hand my notes off to another team member. He’ll do a great job, for sure…I just hate that I’m not going to be able to deliver the sermon myself.
Our team is headed to an amusement park this afternoon to spend some time with the children. It’s going to rock…even if I’m not there.
Thanks for the prayers.