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Sudan

Please pray for the people of Sudan during this difficult time in their history. Here is a brief video about their current situation: Sky News Report June 11, 2019 Advertisements

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Lithuania: November 2018

Right after our time in Ukraine, we flew to Lithuania, where Brent led some sessions with faculty and staff at LCC International University in Klaipeda on supporting students with trauma and mental health. It was a rich time of discussion … Continue reading

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Ukraine, November 2018

In November 2018 we had the privilege of traveling to Ukraine, where Brent taught a course on Trauma Counselling at Korosten Seminary. Ukraine has a deep (and recent) history of political violence, persecution, repression, occupation, & nuclear disaster. Additionally, the … Continue reading

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Ukraine/Lithuania

Brent & Christy are gearing up to return to Eastern Europe to visit two countries: . In summer, we announced that we, Lord-willing, will be traveling to Ukraine and Lithuania. In Ukraine, Brent will teach about Trauma & Addictions at Korosten … Continue reading

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Update

It’s been a while since we updated this blog. And, while it’s been by design, we still thought it might be nice to recap the last couple of years of our work: In Spring 2016, we had the opportunity to … Continue reading

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2016: Lithuania, Georgia (& Dachau)

Hi everyone, Well, 2016 is shaping up to be an exciting year! This spring we are once again traveling to Lithuania, for Brent to teach on Drug & Alcohol Addictions at LCC University. Last year we enjoyed working with the … Continue reading

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Auschwitz-Birkenau

On our way home from Lithuania, we stopped off in Poland to visit the site of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp. It seems that in our travels we are often coming in touch with genocide, and this trip was no different. ( … Continue reading

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