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- SUBSCRIBE Email address: Menu Skip to content Faith & Inspiration Family Food DIY Projects Contact Sep122017 0 Teach Your Child To Make Good Choices By Stopping To Think by Nicole Mouchka, in category Family, Parenting Teaching your child to make good choices is crucial to social and emotional development. Life is filled with choices. Chocolate or vanilla? Mountains or beach? Blue or green? Some choices are easy to make and have little impact on life in the big picture. Other choices are really difficult and there are choices that can reverberate throughout a lifetime. Which friends to associate with. Whether to be kind or to bully. To lead or to follow. We all want the very best for our children, and teaching your child to make good choices early on is one of the best things you will ever do for them. Read More Share Pin it Share Tweet Share Email Print Aug162017Aug 16 2017 0 Community Ministry: Ways To Share The Gospel Outside The Walls Of The Church by Nicole Mouchka, in category Faith & Inspiration, Ministry Community ministry, or reaching outside of church walls is essential to reaching others with the gospel. Some people are never going to set foot in a conventional church building. That’s just the way it is. So we have to find ways to reach them with the gospel when they won’t come seeking it. Some of these ideas I am about to share are not my own. Others are. But at this point, it’s all been tossing around in my head for so long, it’s hard to tell which are original from which I have read or heard. And it really doesn’t matter. I wanted to wait until I really had my thoughts on community ministry ready and in order before I wrote this. Much like I have wanted to wait until I knew exactly what I was doing before beginning community ministry. But if I keep waiting to write, or waiting to serve, I am wasting time. And I just don’t think we have any time to waste. Jesus is coming soon. So, while there’s a lot to be said for planning, sometimes we can over-think a thing. Sometimes, it comes down to just jumping in…head first. Taking ideas and running with them..letting the Holy Spirit lead, direct and refine. So here goes! Read More Share Pin it Share Tweet Share Email Print Aug152017Aug 15 2017 0 What To Pack For Your Mission Trip: 25 Essentials by Nicole Mouchka, in category Faith & Inspiration, Missions What to pack for a mission trip is definitely something you want to put some thought into. On one hand, you will be far away from home, and may not have access to the things you need if you forget something. But on the other hand, you don’t want to over-do it. What to put in and what to leave out. It can really be a challenge as you decide what to pack for a mission trip. For the most part, I have found that it is better to pack as lightly as you can. You want to have everything you need, but “less” has so many advantages! Read More Share Pin it Share Tweet Share Email Print Aug22017Aug 2 2017 6 On Mission In Nicaragua by Nicole Mouchka, in category Faith & Inspiration, Missions This was a hard post to write. But not because there isn’t plenty to say. I journaled through the week, to record all that happened on our trip. But the trouble is, seeing the facts in black and white just seems so…well, matter-of-fact. And the truth is, this trip was so much more than the sum of its events. It was life-changing, faith-growing, best-trip-of-a-lifetime kind of stuff. And I just don’t know if I can do it justice in a blog post. What made this trip so special? I think it was a number of things, but definitely one factor was having the opportunity to serve alongside some awesome team members. These kids have my heart. This team just clicked. And I know it wasn’t by chance. God put us together, and then we had a chance to bond through weekly meetings, group prayer and Bible study for months before departure. Some team members I had the pleasure to serve with before, others I barely knew. But now, I love every single one of them dearly…they’re like family. And that is how it should be. We’re all part of the family of God. And now, we share a common experience with life-long heart ties. And speaking of the family of God and heart ties…we also have such a precious family in Nicaragua. Darby with Natalie and Sophia. We had chance to catch up with old friends and make some new ones too. My heart just overflows with the love I feel for these people. And I know they love us, too. Saying good-bye at the end of the week is heart-wrenching. But I still wouldn’t take anything for the time we have together. It’s all about eternal relationships. Two cultures. One church. Serving alongside each other. Supporting each other. Learning from one another. God-ordained partnerships that little things like distance and language barriers can’t hinder. Scout with her babies, Natalie and Sophia. So, without words to adequately describe it, here goes… Day One (Friday): 17 hours of travel. Met at the church this morning at 1:30 a.m. Drove to the Atlanta airport and flew to Miami, FL. Changed planes in Miami and boarded a plane for Managua, Nicaragua. After a two-hour delay due to weather and minor mechanical issues, we flew into Managua. Looking for the God moments. After a brief lunch, we set out for Chinandega, arriving at 7:00 p.m. In looking for the God moments, we got a chance to have prayer with a really sweet lady who was traveling from Miami to Nicaragua to visit with family, If I’m honest, at that point, I wasn’t really looking for a God moment at all, but sitting there frustrated with the delay and wondering what I was doing there in the first place. But God saw the big picture, and for some reason, He opened a door to encourage someone along the way, Now, after being up for almost two days straight, it’s off to shower and bed. The team arriving in Managua, Nicaragua. One of many hot, loud bus rides, courtesy of Jose, our driver. Day 2 (Saturday): After breakfast and morning orientation, we stopped off at Mount of Olives to greet and pick up some church members to accompany us to the area where we would be working. Our little friends, Natalie and Paulo were there at the church, and Natalie cried when she couldn’t go with us. Natalie and Baby Sister Sophia. Rode the bus to the Guadacastal area, which is 5 miles outside of Poseltega, but deep in a jungle-like area. We rode up the dry riverbed as far as we could go and then walked up a steep incline to the area where we would have VBS. We were divided into groups and went out for door to door evangelism. The terrain was pretty rough, and we had to hustle to keep up with our translators up and down steep hills and over roots and ruts and though barbed wire fences. (We later learned that if the barbed wire was higher than a fence should be, it was the power line.) All the time we were following hard after our translators, I thought about what would happen if we were constantly focused on following that hard after God. There was no room in may mi... Whois

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