August 20, 2005
Ukraine 2005 video clip
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So much video tape and so many memories are difficult to combine into anything that can possibly sum up this year's Ukraine experience with any accuracy. The clip on this post features several of the athletes reporting their experiences while we were still in Ukraine. There are orphans, street kids, a World War II concentration camp survivor, members of the Tullahoma Team, lots of play footage and some time of sharing and responding to the Good News that we went to share. What you don't see is how the members of this team changed, there was so much growth in a very compressed time. You don't see how the people with whom we came in contact changed...but we are confident that there are changes going on from the seeds that were planted. There will be more videos forthcoming. This sample is one that we will share with the Belmont Trustees later today and in the coming weeks with a number of churches who have asked us to speak.
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Posted by Paul Chenoweth at August 20, 2005 12:15 PM
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I just happened to be checking my e-mail when this one popped up! Kudos Paul on the video. I can't wait to see you all tomorrow at Highland! I have missed you all! I can't imagine going to Ukraine without Belmont.
Posted by: Carrie at August 20, 2005 06:35 PM
As a parent of an adopted child from the Ukraine, just wanted to say this is inspirational and needed. Thanks.
Posted by: Jean Anouilh at June 15, 2006 01:34 PM