Here are a few pictures from the YWAM Madison DTS outreach in India.
by Katie When we first came to the AIDS orphanage, Dr. Edwards asked if any of us liked to paint. My eyes lit up and my husband Travis pointed to me. (I just graduated college with a degree in Art.) I wondered what I would get to paint. Areli and I brainstormed and decided to sketch a jungle scene with …
Rynn meets a special girl at an orphanage for children with AIDS.
Wonder Boy Yogesh
by Paul Allen Yogesh slipped his right hand on top of my palm. From above, my other hand clapped down. SMACK! Just in time, Yogesh pulled his hand away, narrowly avoiding the “jaws of the alligator.” Slowly, my hands crept apart again. Yogesh smiled, a dimple creasing his cheek. His eyes grew wide, locking in on my hands as he …
Moldy Clothes and An Unexpected Lesson
While sorting through clothes to donate, YWAM Madison Discipleship Training School student learns a much deeper lesson.
Pause. Rewind. Play.
by Hattie Lindstrom You know those moments when you stop for a second and take in your entire existence? Well, this afternoon, I had one of those. The girls on our team walked back to our house to wrap presents. Katie suggested we turn on some music while we wrapped. While the iPod played in the background, we talked, sang …
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