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Halloween Outreach 'Light the Night'

Here are some pictures from this year's Halloween 'Light the Night' Outreach. We had a smaller turn out due to it being mid-week, but still had a wonderful time with our neighbors! We counted 450 children and youth that came through to participate in our games and had fun dancing, talking and handing out copious amounts of candy.






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Financial Update and Tax-Deductible Giving Information

Haythorpes Financial Update: In wrapping up 2017 we need $19,000 (we had a rush of unexpected donations at church today!)to go into our sabbatical financially free. 
As we go into 2018, our goal is to raise $120,000, we need $50,000 more to get up to 💯 for 2018. We appreciate your partnership in helping us reach our goals. We look for this to come in monthly partnerships and annual gifts.

YWAM Ember Ink Financial Update: As Directors we are responsible to raise any additional funds that are not covered by tuition. For 2018 this figure is $35,000. This will cover ministry costs inc but not limited to our Youth Street Program, local outreach initiatives and administration expenses.

All donations given towards our ministry are tax-deductible. To give towards our family in ministry please go to haythorpes.com and click through to donate. To make a donation towards YWAM Ember Ink please go to emberink.com .

Prayer and Ministry Calendar 2018
January - We will be on Sabbatical in Australia until the End of January. We are taking time away from our regular programming to rest, reflect, revision and recharge.
Prayer: Finances (as listed above), Vision, Rest

 February/March - Promoting DTS, recruiting and planning…

April - New YWAM staff arrive to lead and run Youth Street and DTS. -
Prayer: Visa’s, ministry fundraising and housing, 2 more additional staff needed.

May - Youth Street restarts. Youth Street plays a significant role in providing a safe, fun atmosphere for local children and teens. We see many of our ‘Youth Street’ Crew make decisions to follow Jesus and join Christian Community through our two partner churches here in the neighborhood. 

Held mainly on Saturday afternoons with special events sprinkled throughout the year our Jesus loving staff team and other volunteers invest a lot of time and attention into the youth and their families with a vision and mission to see lives transformed through the words and actions of the living gospel.

Prayer: Leaders and volunteers to join, a permanent, regular meeting space in our neighborhood.

June/July - DTS Prep (Including preparing housing for students, outreach planning etc) -Youth Street, Hosting outreach Teams from other YWAM DTS’s.

August/September - Discipleship Training School (DTS) 
We will host our third (DTS) here in San Jose. We will be hosting tracks (themes) of Music & Art and Youth & Social Media, Spiritual & Physical Bootcamp.

YWAM Bay Area Staff Retreat 
A time to gather with our YWAM Bay Area Family. We serve on the eldership of over 70 staff and their families with over 8 locations and 15 different ministry expressions here from San Francisco to San Jose!

Prayer: Safety, Holy Spirit Encounters, Wisdom, Ministry Partners, New Locations starting, Properties, Communications staff, New Training Initiatives, Administration Assistant for Bay Area Co-Ordinator, A few locations (including us) need volunteer coordinators, Discipleship Houses across the Bay and people to run them.

October - Bootcamp DTS team to Nepal. - Angela will Lead.

Going into hard to reach places bringing the light of the gospel to those who haven’t yet heard is an important and valued piece of our mission. We work with YWAM ministries in Nepal and other organizations to serve and support their work.

November - Youth DTS team to South Africa. - Haythorpe Family attend

Every year we send teams to a small township called ‘Masiphumelele’ (Masi) to invest into the young people and serve a long-term Job-creation ministry.

Prayer: We would love to take at least one other family with us for a portion of our trip! Having others serve alongside the DTS Outreach is such a beautiful experience!

December - Music DTS team to Australia. - Luke will Lead.

We will be partnering with a YWAM ministry that use music and art to reach a diverse neighborhood in urban Sydney. This will give our students an opportunity to share their gifts and lead on the spot of how to use music to communicate and bring people closer to Jesus.

In Closing…
We are grateful for all of your financial gifts and prayers that make us run. While our plans are projected, we leave room for the Holy Spirit to guide and direct us.
A need we have outside of our budget is a New Vehicle: We are praying for a newish Suburban as our car recently broke down. Cost around $40k-50k.

We continue to be blown away by His provision and calling, we look forward to sharing all of the beautiful things He will do this year. 


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A trip of a lifetime, Haythorpes on Sabbatical...

Its crazy to think that, even with all the small breaks we've had in ministry, this is the first Sabbatical we have ever taken. After 8 years in the USA (and 18+ years in ministry), this is a very needed time for us and we are so looking forward to an intentional time of reflection, debriefing, spiritual direction, rest and FUN!

For those catching up, on November 13th....

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Living out of the fullness...

I find so often I get ambushed on the road of life. Let me explain. If the road of life is where I'm supposed to be, I find myself quite often, not on it. I'm not sure if you ever relate. WHEN an ambush occurs (AMBUSH: Unplanned circumstance, relational storm, something not going to plan, add your own thing etc etc). My response, more often than not, I'm embarrassed to admit, is to scramble to the side of the road. I wander off and end up getting scratched up, lost in the 'bush' somewhere.

In real life, for me, this looks like....

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URGENT NEEDS




Thank you for joining us on this journey. For almost every adult person I know, finances are the #1 stress point in their lives. It is easy for our eyes bug out and panic about how everything will work out.

 Stress and anxiety regarding finances a temptation for us too!

However, as we are transparent with varying needs and as you read them, I want to remind you that ultimate provision comes from the Creator God. He has all of us in the palm of His hand! Isn't that incredible?!!

We are so grateful that we have been serving in San Jose for 9 years!! That is a beautiful miracle in itself! Thank you for helping serve this marginalized in our city. You are a true instrument of His provision and we are grateful for your generosity and partnership!

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GIVING OPPORTUNITIES
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URGENT MINISTRY NEEDS

  • General Annual Budget 2018 ($18,000)

UPCOMING PROJECTS

  • November - Chile Ministry Trip ($8,500)

REGULAR PARTNERSHIPS

  • Goal $5,000/month (To read more click here --> [X]

Give online HERE (click box --> [X]) Or HERE (click box --> [X]), you will just need to indicate your PREFERENCE is for it to go towards the Haythorpes.



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Due to the urgent nature of some requests, you can give via PayPal to lukehaythorpe@gmail.com or bank deposit. 


Direct one-time gifts of non-tax-deductible nature can be dropped of 
in downtown San Jose directly to the Haythorpes.
Please email for more information.

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"When it rains, it POURS!"
When you think of this phrase, what kind of emotion does it bring up? My first response is always negative. Just before we flew out for our conference this week, our flights were changed which would have us not sleep for 48+ hours, our car broke down and our refrigerator died. Yup, the weather wasn't looking promising for us...  However, I had a revelation. The weather outlook was my choice. Was I only choosing to look at the negative?

My attitude quickly shifted as I
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When it gets too hard to move forward...

For me, sometimes circumstances can sometimes be the biggest enemy to my faith... or is it? Difficult circumstance really does one of two things: it either (1) champions me to activate my faith and continue being content in all things and operate out of peace OR (2 - which is more often than not) it reveals and magnifies where my "faith" truly lies. In the times where my faith waivers, its a tell-tale sign that my trust hadn't been in God in the first place but that it was all in me, my knowledge or my ability. It reveals....

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Native American Reservation



Kindi's Report Back

Last week, I went on a SLAM (Students Learning About Missions) Trip with my church youth group. We went to serve and learn at a Native American Reservation for the Yakama People in Washington state. The Yakama Nation has 14 tribes on the Reservation. Listening to our Native American hosts tell their story taught me to be more kind and aware of the people around me. They shared stories of families being separated and that so many Native American children were put into boarding schools . We learned that they were cheated out of there land because of the greed of others. We also learned that Native Americans have one of the highest suicide rates. After hearing the stories, I believe its because the Native American culture is not easily accepted but more tolerated. It saddens me. Although the stories were hard to hear, I felt privileged to hear some testimonies from some of the Native Americans and it was an honor serving them.

I was a part of helping clearing weeds from the land. We helped work o the land of one of the Elders. He shared about how they use traditional ways to connect with God. He was very nice and very appreciative. I also made a lot of new friendships which is great as I connect deeper into the youth group. 


Joy's Report Back

After hearing the many stories from the Native American people, we had been given different ways to respond if we wated to participate. One response that really moved me was a time of lament. A lament is when you can have a space of grieving and release, a place where you can release things to the Lord and trust that He will work it out. It broke my heart, as I imagined myself in the place of the oppressed and the oppressor. I know there has been so much heartbreak with these people and it moved me to tears. I felt that there was a bit if redemption knowing that teams come through to learn about the history so we can shape a better future. I was also blessed to serve a people who aren't served very often. It really challenged me to listen to people's stories more.


 Ang's Report Back

Well,  what can you say about spending a week with over 100 youth... 24/7... working together and sleeping in the same room. It was crazy and exhausting in every good way possible. It was a delight to serve the local church and being able to get to know a lot of the young people I go to church with. I love having deep Spiritual conversations with young people who are learning and have a whole different perspective on life. 

I was also so grateful to be able to listen to and experience the indigenous culture of the land we call home. It seems like something hidden and taboo... I felt privileged to be a learner and to serve where I can. I loved digesting the information and then being able to process things with a generation hungry to learn. 

 Thank You

We are so thankful to the people who donated toward this trip. It was an amazing experience and deeply impactful. Thank you for all the extra babysitting jobs and the gifts. We have learned so much and were blessed to be able to spread the love of Jesus in our own country.

Thank you!
Joy and Kindi (and mom too)   




 

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What I'm learning (from Luke)...

In recent days I'd felt I hit a bit of a wall. Have you ever felt that? Up until about a week ago I'd kept a fairly full schedule with YWAM, church and family. In this particular season my workload had seemed to swell to unprecedented levels because of a handful of unforeseen reasons. And in some ways I felt like it brought out the best in me, I like to think I thrive in chaos, lol. Then....

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Whats been Happening

School is finally out! The girls still have a couple of weeks of half days for summer school but it is still blissful to not have such a rushed day. We are enjoying a slower pace of life and the kids are enjoying some much needed rest after the end of school year push.


ANGELA'S HEALTH: The test results are back and still nothing to be found. We'll keep you updated as we find out more from the tests. Prayers are still appreciated.

THE LATEST: Angela returned from speaking in Utah refreshed. She was speaking on a YWAM school focused on pioneering new locations. It's something...

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FROM KINDI: Our Church Youth Group is going on a Missions Trip in July. This year I am a seventh grader and I have been in our Youth Group's Student Leadership Group. I am choosing to go on the SLAM (Students Learning About Missions) trip because I want to experience God through the eyes of other people and cultures. I am hoping to go on this trip with Joy and my mom.

FROM JOY: Along with Kindi, I also participate in Youth Group's Student Leadership Group and I am now in 8th grade. I also help lead Worship on Friday nights where we gather every week. I've chosen to go on SLAM trip because I think that through this trip, I will connect with God more. With that, we will be working in the Yakama Nation up in Washington to bring support and love to the Native Americans. Please read more about the Yakama people by clicking the picture.

We are so excited to go on the SLAM trip! For us to be able to go on this trip, we each need to raise $500 ($1500 total) so we can all go.  Would you like to help us get there?

Thank you for supporting us, our growth in our individual relationships with God and our continued call to be kid missionaries.

- Joy & Kindi

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Rest and Being
We have been taking this past month to reflect and rest. Such an important thing to do in life. Reflect and Rest. Reflect on the good things and the hard things. Learn the lessons. Celebrate the victories. Heal from the difficult situations. And most crucial, at least for us, find rest and joy in it all. 

We've been trying to take it easy (or easier) since the wrap up of
the DTS. Although....

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   Learn about how to get more involved!

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How can I be a part of this?


  • Monthly or Annual Financial Commitment.  

    We are continued to be amazed by how God continues to fill the gap for us. Its no secret that living in the Silicon Valley has its challenges for the typical missionary. We had often heard that its "impossible" for us to raise the type of income we need to live here in the Bay Area. Thank God that He is the GOD OF THE "IMPOSSIBLE" (Luke 18:27).

    We have been missionaries in the SF Bay for almost 8 years now! What a testimony of God's faithfulness!!! To show you how faithful he's been... I want to give you a picture of our "God Gap" has looked like over the years.



    For some, this picture may seem overwhelming, stressful and even generate fear. If that is you, I want to say this.... His perfect love DRIVES OUT fear (1 John 4:18) and we walk in FREEDOM AND CONFIDENCE (Ephesians 3:12) because we have no doubt that he has called us here. Don't entertain fear or anxiety on our behalf. The reality is His yoke is easy and his burden is light (Matthew 11:29-30). Having full confidence in Him, His call and His purpose for us allows us to freely walk in His peace. We do everything we can do (as is our responsibility) BUT He is our provision and is the one who fills the gap because HE has called us here. So don't stress! Celebrate in His goodness with us. :)

    One of the things we are walking into, with our shift of having more time due to training and preparation, we are excitedly trying to fund raise to meet our monthly/annual goal. We are only seeing things move FORWARD with ministry and we believe that God wants to partner us with some amazing people who believe in the work that He is doing in the South Bay!

    THE GRAPH: We have had some incredible provisions through God's people which causes us to celebrate in so many ways. As per normal, we are constantly seeing people join in committed partnership for a season and then when their commitment in finished they either continue on for longer or wrap up their time with us. We've had some amazing people who have been on this journey with us for 10+ years! We are always amazed at people's generosity and belief in the thing God is doing across the world with this ministry. Often we see people commit for a smaller amount and give more, which is incredible! The graph shows what people have actually said that they've committed to us and then on the occasion they do give more, we rejoice in God's goodness. It is our goal to keep trying to meet our monthly/annual budget. 

    I'm constantly amazed at God's faithfulness. WE ARE STILL HERE! What??!! I mean, we moved here 8 years ago with a committed support base of $500/month and with not much more than a few belongings, the word of the Lord and a young family. We arrived in San Jose not really knowing anyone and all we were trying to do was just be obedient and have faith when everything looked too big for us. Fear, skepticism and unbelief tried many times to sneak into our lives, trying to distort the word of the Lord to us. But God was so gracious to help guide and reassure us in the midst of the noise. And like I said, WE ARE STILL HERE! All praise and Glory to Him who sustains us, even when we can't comprehend how He does... He is the God of the Impossible!

  • Prayer 

    We  NEED prayer! We are so aware that being here is a Spiritual battle. We have been fighting to stay in the Bay Area. We are not naive to the very real Spiritual presences in ministry.  We are looking for more prayer warriors to come alongside us and pray for us as we step into the "more" that God is calling us into.

    THE SPIRITS OF THE AIR (Eph 2): Fear, anxiety isolation, performance, materialism, abortion (ministries getting aborted early), unbelief and independence are just a FEW of the oppressive spirits that linger in here in the Valley. Because of this, we recognize the need to be covered in prayer. We need others to fight alongside us for Kingdom works here in the Bay Area. It is also our heart to constantly be looking through the lens of the Spiritual because our battle is not against flesh and blood (Eph 6:12). So we WELCOME your prayer commitment as well.


    How do we commit?

    We welcome your commitment to the ministry through either the giving of your financial recources or the gift of your time in prayer. Both of these things help continue the work of the Lord through us into the Bay Area and abroad.

    You can contact us directly (link under the Family button above) for regular annual gifts so that we can give you further direction or you can set up automated regular monthly gifts by clicking the Donate button (above). This can be set up through PayPal or Automated Clearing House (ACH). Details are in Link.

    Thank you for listening, celebrating with us and considering joining our team in whatever capacity you can. Many blessings!



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Leadership Development Course.



  • Get time away from your present responsibilities to seek God
  • Understand your gifting and calling for a clarity of focus
  • Gain a knowledge of your phase of growth as a leader
  • Learn specific skills in leadership and mentoring
  • Have team leadership and participatory leadership style modeled
  • Enjoy an environment for special encounters with God

These are some of the reasons listed in favor of why many leaders within YWAM take time away from their responsibilities to recharge. It is a specially designed course for YWAM leaders with at least 5 years ministry experience. As we are in our 18th year serving within YWAM we think this is WAY overdue!!

It has been on my heart for a long time for us to attend this course but due to many reasons we have not believed the time was right. As we have been praying and seeking God regarding some of the specifics of this year we are greatly encouraged to pursue attending this school in the Fall. It would mean us postponing the beginning of our next intake of students till the following year which honestly takes quite a lot of pressure off. 

It would mean us committing to be on location for six weeks in Salem, Oregon. We are looking at what is wisdom and how to manage our family during this time. We have a sense of faith that God will use this time to position us to grow our ministry and provide some greater clarity and focus of vision and purpose.

Would you be praying for God to confirm and provide a way for us to attend this course?

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Haythorpes are back!
We cannot even put into words how incredible our time in Greece was! There were no disappointments as we saw God move in every way possible. Here are a few highlights of our time there:
Helping
In Greece, we were working in a hotel turned refugee camp that housed over 450 refugees. Most of our time was....

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February Update: Greece wk 1


We made it! We're all here!

We sent Angela off with the team on January 31st as she leads the DTS team for Outreach. As they settled in, Luke and the kids prepared to come yet the finances still hadn't come in. The day after Angela arrived, they met together to pray asking the Lord what to do next as they hadn't seen all the money come in yet. The kids really had a boost of faith and prayed that the Lord would provide. By the end of that prayer time...

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Greece: Interview with Levi



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The first week of Greece has been pretty good. In the morning we went to the refugee camp. We ran the kids program where all the kids come to get their energy out. There is no outside place for them to play here because they are in a big city. We try to create fun games for them. A lot of the kids like when we played WITH them. I think adults don't really play the same as kids do.

After the kids program, we went to help at a pottery class someone else was organizing. While we were creating things, some of the kids opened up and told us were they were from. On kid was from Syria. She was living here with her mom and her dad. She said that her sister was still in Syria. It is so sad to hear about all the families that are split up. She was about 7 years old.

We finished the pottery class pretty late. After that we went to get dinner. People don't eat dinner over here until 8:30 or 9pm.  In Greece, the food is so good!! We have been getting Gyros and they are so filling. They only cost $2! I can eat them all day!

The Next day (today) we went back to the camp. Our team ran the kids program. They asked if someone would organize the donations for the kids program so my dad said my mom would. My mom was in the storage room organizing all the stuff and I went in to help her for a bit. We labeled everything in English and in Greek. It was hard work because when you first walked into the storage room there was full shelves and toys up to your knees! Mom was supermom again and had it perfect by the end. The girl who asked her to do it said she almost cried when she saw it. She was so happy.

I played some more with the kids before we went home to have dinner. I can see how much these kids need some attention and love so I enjoy spending time with them.

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Athens, Greece
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Greece has been great so far. It started out a little crazy as the airline lost our bags. We survived three days wearing each others clothes and our Mom’s clothes too. It was okay but frustrating. Anyway, we were united with the team and we were ready to get involved.

    The first thing we did was have a meeting with Elise from YWAM Refugee Circle. We talked about how we should act in public and which person we should be with when walking down the street and everything. We got that settled and then we started searching for  some programs that we can help for the Refugees. We found an abandoned hotel that was turned into a living space for the Refugees. It was so cool seeing what the were doing. They had Greek classes, English classes, Kids program, Math classes, and so much more. We decided we'd be most useful as a team to work in the Kids program, since everyone had experience with kids through Youth Street throughout the DTS.

Our first day working with the kids was crazy but good. We had a great time with the kids and they were so amazing. They were very loving and respectful to us. Most of kids were angels, but the rest were crazy and hyper... like kids!

Some of the kids that have captured my heart so far are three girls and two boys. The kids are from all over. Some from Syria, some from Afghanistan, some from Iran - you get the idea. The first girl is named Sava. The was very suspicious and very cheeky. She LOVES to talk! I liked her very much but there were other things she tested me in. In all, she was a nice kid to hang out with.

The second girl was Lílas. She is such a sweet heart, and so brave. I loved her so much. When I walked in the room she asked to help move the tables and wiped them down as we set up for the kids program. She said I was very beautiful, and she gave me kisses on the cheek. She is adorable. Her friend (who didn't tell me her name) came up to me and gave me a big hug and made a kiss face. I gave her a kiss on the forehead.  They both melted my heart.

With the boys, Amir asked me to make a LEGO plane with him. Literally, All the kids love making legos, no joke!  He is such a sweet heart.


They love building so much and know that the LEGO only come out a few times a week, so the boys were trying to steal the pieces so they can take it to their room and play with them whenever they want. It make me think about how lucky we are to have the things we do.

Another boy is named Muhammed. He is a little feisty, but is still cool. One time, we brought our American football and they learned how to play catch. Then, he took it and started chasing running away from us. He was having so much fun. It is surprising to see how something simple like a ball bring so much joy to these kids.

We took the football out to a "park" the other day. There are no green parks anywhere in Athens! I was just were just playing catch with Levi, Xavier and Dad when a little girl came up to us. She was just little but wanted to have fun instead of sit down quietly. Their family was from Afghanistan. The girls loved when I tossed the ball to them as they learned how to catch. They could not stop hugging me. I fell in love with them.

This trip has been life changing for me so far. I can't believe how much people just want to be loved and respected no matter where they come from. We are both strangers in this land but our common language is kindness.

Love, Joy
   

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GREECE BOUND!
Its so close now! Last update we sent out was that we needed $12,000 in one week to go to Athens, Greece to work with refugees... Well, we are down to only $5,800 left!! That is HUGE provision from the Lord!! So, as we wait for the last to come in we're sending Angela ahead with team on Tuesday morning.

Our hope and prayer is that the rest of the Haythorpe Team leaves on Tuesday as well but as we prepare for the next bit of finances to be released, we will just stay packed and ready to go....

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A New Year, Renewed Faith

As we have started the new year, Luke and I have had a real sense before the Lord that this was to be a year of HOPE and PEACE.

In wrapping up last year, I found myself really stressed out about life and how things were and that I just needed to take things into my own hands. So I did. I found myself taking on more and trusting God less. I can't even begin to explain how heavy I felt. I mean, I did have faith for other things like work and the lives of my students but not for the more intimate things in my life like my family and my future. So, I came back to the issues at hand... Why am I stressed? ... It hit me like a ton of bricks....

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Upcoming DTS Outreach

 Hi friends!

We are now nearing the final stretch of YWAM Ember Ink's second DTS in San Jose.  There has been much to celebrate as we look back over the first 4 months. We've been so honored to walk through lots of heart change and transformation alongside the students and see them serve on streets of San Jose. Our team has spent a lot of time serving and loving on those that are so often forgotten and living in a lot of pain and loneliness. With 2 months left, there is still so much road to travel.

In 2 weeks we head out on the global portion of outreach where the school and our family will be trekking to Athens, Greece to love and serve the population of Syrian refugees who are arriving day after day. Like many countries near surrounding Syria, Greece's refugee camps are bursting at the seams, with many refugees spilling out onto the streets of the cities near the camps.

Local YWAM and many different teams from all over have converged in Athens and other cities to provide help to the infrastructure that has been bending under the weight of new arrivals. Our team is ready and willing! We still have a lot of need as a group, if you have been wanting to know how to be involved in the global crisis of displaced peoples can I suggest a gift towards our team's expenses?

This outreach takes place the whole month of February. March will be mainly spent wrapping up the school, debriefing the students and sending them onto their next adventure.

Thank you for all your prayer and support for us to get to this point!

Luke and Angela


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