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  2. I am so stinkin excited for you and even more excited that you’re taking your husband!! I agree about the whole partnership thing…we’ve been taking our teens to an orphanage in Reynosa, Mexico for 12 years now…it’s a second home for us! I haven’t been in a couple of years since having my son but it’s just as important to be a sender as it is to be a goer. I will put this on my prayer list and check out your kloset…hoping you have some accessories?? 🙂
    Now then, thanks for your comment on our new house! I’m so glad you like my cross wall! Majority of those are gifts and so it’s actually turned out to be a pretty special wall! And after I completed it I kept finding crosses I had packed away here and there…probably about 4. LOL!
    Oh and I love your new blog look! Very unique!! Just like you!
    Have a great week girlie!

    1. thank you SO much, jennifer. that’s amazing that you’ve been going on missions for 12 years! what a commitment!! it’s such a blessing. the people are such a blessing. your prayers are SO appreciated and i will be sure to keep you updated!! 🙂

  3. So cool that you are going on this trip Molly! I will definitely pray for you! and maybe you could bring me back one of those sweet little kids : )

  4. This is wonderful Molly! And the way you write about your experiences is really awesome!!

    Keep us posted on your progress and we will keep pushing for you!!

  5. Yay, Molly! So excited for you!! It’s my goal to go on a mission trip…I’ve never been on one but I really want to. I will be praying for you!

    1. ashley thank you SO much. i will definitely pray for you to be able to go on one one day. it’s such a blessing. seriously life changing. thank you for your prayers, girl!

  6. Wow, this is amazing. Good for you!!! It’s nice to see a commitment to a cause and you’re obviously very passionate about it. I can’t wait to hear more about it as the time gets closer.

  7. That is so very cool. I wish the Hubs and I had been more mission-minded before we had kids. Our church is always taking the youth on missions trips and I wish we had gone! I want to help, I really do. But the Hubs and I make all financial decision together, so I’ll have to talk to him. =) Nonetheless, I’ll be praying for you!!

    1. thank you SO much, tiffany. you can still be local-mission-minded. there are so many opportunties out there 🙂 your prayers and support mean the world. and i TOTALLY understand – any support seriously is so appreciated. you are such a blessing!! xoxo

  8. Molly, it sounds like amazing things are happening in that community and I’m so glad that you and John get to go back together! The pictures are stunning and describing how you all installed the well and have updated the schoolhouse brought tears to my eyes. Blessings, sister, and I can’t wait to hear about how the trip goes in September!

  9. This mission looks incredible. I did something similar in Peru with my mom. They have the highest rates of cervical cancer in Peru than anywhere else in the world and my mom helped set up a clinic there for cancer prevention and help. I went several years ago to help start it up and it was the most rewarding and great experience.

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  10. Wow! So excited for you. There’s nothing more fulfilling than following God’s calling. My fam just returned from a couple of months serving with Youth with a Mission in Italy. (1st time serving with a baby. Eek!) We loved the time there, though challenging. Praying provision and guidance for you and the group. Following now too to stay in-the-loop. You rock, Molly!

    1. thank you SO much, jelli. that means so much to me! and what amazing work you guys just did! your prayers mean the world. i will definitely keep you updated on our progress!!

  11. so awesome that you get to go back. we’ll be praying for y’all as you raise support and prepare your hearts. what a gift for you two to be able to go together! xo.

  12. Oh my gosh, this brought tears to my eyes. I will definitely be praying for you two and praying to know how I can help out (though I already have a few ideas!). I am sure the Lord will make this happen for you!

  13. This is so exciting Molly! It’s fun to learn that you’re doing something like this. I went to Ghana in college for 6 weeks with InterVarsity and lived in a village there with no electricity and no running water for three of those weeks. And while it was tough to get used to it, it was so hard to leave! I cried when the bus came to pick us up (it was me and one other American that had been put in that village…it was intense to say the least). I’ll be thinking about you and your husband and will donate a little too. Have the best time!

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