I had been living in England for only two weeks when I decided to take the bus to our Monday morning meeting. With confidence and a very heavy backpack, I stepped off the bus and started walking… in the wrong direction.
I’m an advocate for the little things in life. I like to hear how point A travelled, grew, and changed on the way to point B. Because of this… the Lord has created me to be someone who advocates for that in the lives of His children.
Do you ever think about what life would be like without Google? Google has really changed all of our lives, but for me I need to extend a special thanks, for Google is what brought me to England.
Every January Tees Valley YFC gathers with all the UK based YFC centres as well as a few international centres for a week of training, worship, teaching, and fellowship. Even though we are many parts, we are #1YFC
As we look back on Thanksgiving I have been thinking about my time here so far and the things I have to be thankful for. Yes, this will be a post about being thankful during the time of Thanksgiving/Christmas cliché I know, but how can you not be thankful?
TVYFC is so thankful for everyone who has served in the Tees Valley over the years. We caught up with Alicia Trinkle to see what she’s been doing after her gap year in England.