Our team that went to Jordan had a life-impacting journey. Here is one member’s note about his journey.
On my first Syrian refugee home visit, I choked back tears as I listened to heart- wrenching stories of their lives. I began to wonder how I would make it through the next 10 days. I wondered if my being there was a mistake. Then God began to show me hope! These people who have no material possessions have everything in Jesus Christ. They have faith that I can only pray to have someday. That faith, that God is in control, gives them hope for tomorrow and a better life.
I went to Jordan to be a blessing, but as God would have it I was blessed. Truly a humbling experience that I am grateful for.