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I figured out how to connect my phone to the rental car’s Bluetooth. The only appropriate song to play when approaching camp in our white Nissan Micra was “Should I Stay or Should I Go?” by The Clash. “Should I stay or should I go?” is not a choice available to the 5500 People of Concern living in tents, iso-bo...

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Kim is a long term missionary and he does an amazing job at introducing the volunteers into the complex world and work with the refugees. He has been living in Lesvos for over a year now and has been serving the people seeking refuge in many practical ways. The Invisible Heroes Project are 9 videos of 3 minutes that seek to prom...

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It’s Friday again, and it’s kind of hard to believe that the team has been on Lesvos for nearly a week already. The trip started off somewhat slowly for me. It took literally two days of traveling in cars, vans & planes to get here. We had our introductory tours and orientations and everything didn’t really seem like w...

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It was our first morning on the beautiful island of Lesvos, Greece.  Kim Garrity, of Greater Europe Mission, gave us orientation to our upcoming ministry, using the words of Jesus in Matthew 25:  “When you provide—or fail to provide—food, clothing, shelter, compassion to the least of these My brethren, you have done ...

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God has taken me on a journey beyond anything I could have imagined. I will share with you some of what I have been reflecting on and what God has been teaching me.  It has been over a month since I have been back from a life changing adventure to Lesvos Island.  Among many other things, what has stayed deeply rooted in me is ...

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