Greetings from the Czech Republic

Well…its official…we have left Russia behind and now we are in the Czech Republic.  We arrived late yesterday afternoon after leaving late from Moscow.  They shuttled us through passport control (stamp from Vienna, Austria – love it) and then through security.  The whole process took about seven minutes.

Jim was kind enough to ask our lovely flight attendant if our bags made the transfer, and she said with a smile, “Sir, the bags are usually on the plane before you are, I would not worry!”  We landed in Prague, and guess who's bag was not on the plane.  That's right – the kind sir's – Jim!

We have had a good night sleep, a good breakfast of everything from bacon (partially cooked) to hard-boiled eggs, yogurt, coffee, and topping it off – Tiramsu!  Our normal dinner is their breakfast!

Today, we are headed to a refugee camp and then have a strategy meeting with the family camp team.  Please pray for these meetings as they are crucial for the summer teams.  Thank you for your prayers, they are greatly appreciated!

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