Thursday, November 20, 2008

Acts 1:8

I'm trying my best to be creative and express the urgent need for people to be impacted by missions. Acts 1 : 8 pretty much sums it up as noted here in this video. Hope all enjoy. The few days I spent in Thailand has truly changed my life forever. Every christian, for that matter, every human, should perform some type of mission in their lifetime. This is sure to allow you to find your purpose in life, to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ and love one another. The group of people I traveled with was just wonderful. I plan to post pictures of everyone soon. I am getting swamped with photo sessions and editing. As I create, I shall Post.

Another great statement to ponder is in Paul's letter to the church of Corinth, 1 Corinthians 10:23, Everything is permissible, but not everything is beneficial. Everything is permissible, but not everything is constructive. Nobody should seek his own good, but the good of others.

In Christ Love,


Monday, November 17, 2008

The Trip

Ok, this is kinda in backward order but I know there a lot of people waiting to see this video. This video I put together after my Mission Trip to Thailand. This is primarily the group from my church so if I missed someone sorry. Please share this and the Love of Christ with all.

I am working very hard on posting the daily journals I wrote down with photos of each day of all the many blessings our wonderful Savior has poured out on all.


The Video of The Mission Trip

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Getting Ready to Leave

Well its fast approaching. Five more days before I depart for Chaing Mai Thailand on a Mission trip of which I have never been on one before. I am not looking forward to the plane ride but, I am sure it will be redefining for me once I get there. Stay posted as i will post pics and blogs as i get the chance overthere.

For us who are not familiar with Thailand, here is a map and a photo, and a brief overview of the city.

Chiang Mai In recent years, the population of Chiang Mai has grown very quickly, and the city is now one of Thailand's largest, with a population of more than 1,500,000. Growth has brought with it concerns about air pollution and rush-hour traffic, though these are not nearly as bad as in Bangkok. Other problems have occurred as a result of the influx of tourists.

These include deforestation and the displacement of tribal people in nearby hills and valleys to make way for resorts and roads. Despite all this, Chiang Mai retains a magical charm. It is an exciting city with a rich cultural heritage offering numerous sights and activities for the visitor. Check it out. Jason