The Maxfields

The Maxfields

Friday, March 6, 2015

Off We Go

It is a very bittersweet night thinking about our plane ride to Seattle tomorrow. MTI has been an experience of a lifetime: it is not often that you are plunged into a group of 60+ people for 4 weeks, to be with them for such a chunk of time, and then possibly never see most of them again. The shortest span of time with a person can have the biggest impact.

We have been blessed and encouraged to learn how to deal with conflict, how to experience healthy hello's and goodbye's, and how to transfer into a new culture. We have learned so much about ourselves, which is the first step in entering the mission field. One of the hugest blessings received is learning all of these techniques with some amazing believers and serving hearts. As we head off into the next stage of this transition, I cannot express what a gift it will be to have these lessons and memories with us.

And with that, we are looking forward to Kid's Club in Yakima in THREE DAYS.

I hope you can get a glimpse into this past month with the pictures below. :)

MTI Family


Beautiful scenery along the Santa Fe Trail

My buddy, Marty

All of the Teens out on a Field Trip

Field Trip to the Manitou Cliff Dwellings

New Family Friends, the Shanks, also serving Native America

I got the privilege to lead worship each week with a few of the other girls

Ebenezer Goodbye Project

Manitou Cliff Dwelling Field Trip with the Kids

Enjoying three weeks of snow


Class Time

MTI Building

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