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Mercy Shirts

Mercy Shirts

Posted by on May 27, 2010 in Blog, General Information | 1 comment

If you haven’t gotten one yet you should soon because they’re selling fast! You can buy one here on the site or save yourself three bucks and get one from me directly. They’re going for $20 and all of the proceeds are going directly towards getting me out of the country. And I’d love it if you Emailed me a photo of yourself in your...

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The successful selling of all my stuff

The successful selling of all my stuff

Posted by on May 26, 2010 in Blog, Personal Stories | 6 comments

How successful you ask? Well, I no longer own any pants. Sadly I didn’t sell my gloriously comfortable orange chair, which you can see Filly enjoying below. My chair has been characterized, slandered really, as “ugly,” even “hideous.” If anything it’s an ugly duckling, which becomes a beautiful swan as soon as you sit in...

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YARD SALE!

YARD SALE!

Posted by on May 20, 2010 in Blog, News & Updates | 1 comment

That’s right! It’s time to sell everything I own! And what better way to do it than in a good old fashioned yard sale? I have lots of stuff to sell, and am planning on listing it all here really soon so be sure to come back and check over the next two days. When: Saturday, May 22nd (happy birthday Kaarin!) Time: 7am-?? Where: 1203 E Mission...

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Heavy

Heavy

Posted by on May 17, 2010 in Blog, Reflecting | 9 comments

I’ve been reflecting on leaving a lot lately and it’s kind of tiring. Partially because I know I’ll end up missing Pipeline within hours of leaving, but mostly because I’ll be leaving my church, friends, and family. I finally announced my decision to join Mercy Ships to my church at large yesterday and it felt like it made it all...

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My Future Home

My Future Home

Posted by on May 14, 2010 in Blog, General Information | 0 comments

Because a lot of people have been wanting to see photos, here she is: The Africa Mercy is 152 Meters long, with 6 operating theaters on board and room to accommodate 483 crew members. She’s huge. Originally a ferry she was transformed into the world’s largest non-governmental hospital ship after being purchased in 1999. This is where I’ll...

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