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    May 25, 2009

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    Jordan Eichelberger

    Scott, Ill do as you request in the end of this blog, but wow. thanks man, this is some good stuff for us who fall victim to consumerism. very eye opening

    Kirsten

    Scott,
    This so resonated with me. When my husband and I went to Rwanda a few years ago, I spent so much time "just feeling it," and praying that I wouldn't come back to the US and stop "feeling it". God does offer hope and promise, but He relies on us to deliver some of that hope and promise, and if we don't "feel it," and feel it hard, He won't be able to use us as effectively. I'd love to sit down and hear about your experience when you get back. I had to process all kinds of stuff about my local ministry in East Aurora and it's importance given the extreme poverty I had just experienced. I'm sure you know this, but this trip will mess with your brain and your heart for a long time! :)

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