Cuba is not a place that I can just sit down and describe. The experience has made such an impact on my life that I cannot even accurately try to put it into words. The one thing that I can say for certain though is that Cuba is a place where people know The Lord and love The Lord. From my experiences in Cuba, I have been able to develop a sense of what it means to be faithful even in the real struggles that the world can present.
When you meet people who live their lives with next to nothing and who are also able to love and thank the Lord for the little that they do have, it changes how you see your world. Read more.
By Mark Sloan:
There is no easy way to describe Cuba as a whole. When told that I needed to write a one page paper about my experience, I didn't know how I was going to fit it all into one page. It was easily one of the most life changing experiences of my life so far and I'm sure my life to come.
The bonds began from the very beginning of the trip and will surely last a life time. Once our bus broke down on the side of the road, that only added the enjoyment, yet nerves that we were all feeling. We weren't a scared kind of nervous, but more of an excited nervous. From the moment we stepped onto Cuban soil, my nerves personally just magically disappeared. It was the strangest thing, yet an answered prayer. Read more.
By Melissa Moulton:
If you would have said the word “Cuba” before July 22nd, thoughts of communism, my sister church Moa, and visions of the 1950’s would roll through my head. If you would say the same word today, my response would be indescribable.
Before embarking on our trip to Cuba, I had prepared myself and expected some interesting conditions. I was informed about the lack of toilet paper, air conditioning, clean water, and so forth. What I was not told about was the substantial presence of The Holy Spirit. Read more.
By Melissa Violka:
My trip to Cuba was an experience I will never forget. I had learned a great deal about myself and my relationship with God.
Being at the camp was my favorite part of the trip. Seeing all the kids there, with the same mind set, to bring them-selves closer to Christ. At the camp I enjoyed worship a lot, I never thought that I would be jumping up and down, dancing, and practically going crazy for worship. I was told that it would be different and an eye opener, but this was amazing. Read more.
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