Nevermind. They are ridiculously salty, a simply inhumane treatment of Mexican cuisine. I was thinking of La Favorita tortilla chips, now those are good.
I hope that post to a ridiculously old thread is helpful to someone somewhere.
It makes sense. There are so many times that people witness to ithers, and only scare them farther away from Christianity. There is a fine line.
Missions trips can be good. My friend is doing the YWAM thing, and he is learning so much and doing so much good. But thats.not a short missions trips.
I see where the good in missions trips is, but all too often the people who went to help others, come back acting holier than thou.
Maybe Mission’s mission is to make salty food… and make us salty about it.
Currently almost everyone at my church has black hair, we’re about to put on a production of the King and I.
TINGLE TINGLE KOOLOO LIMPAH!
This was a very interesting thread. I will not let it die! Let’s bring back the discussions, people. Also, I’ve never been on a missions trip.
I applaud you Awkward.
For bringing it back, or for never having been on a missions trip?
For staying up until midnight in order to continue the Tingle Ultimatum.
I should have just waited until morning. I slept in til 9:30. At least I didn’t have to go anywhere.
“This was a very interesting thread. I will not let it die! Let’s bring back the discussions, people. Also, I’ve never been on a missions trip.”-Awkward Potato, May 19, 2017 at 1:54am Eastern Time, almost five months ago.
Well, I suppose I could contribute to this conversation by saying that I’ve never been on a missions trip myself, but I have contributed financially to a few. I think it would be fun to go on a missions trip sometime, but so far, I’ve been able to do more to make a positive impact for God’s Kingdom here at my home church than I could on a short-term missions trip.
Out of random curiosity, what’s some of the weird hobbies you all have that you don’t really talk about?
Some of the ones I just picked up is ballroom and swing dancing.
And some that I’ve done in the past are weaving and knitting, and probably something else that isn’t coming to mind…
I like baseball. I’m sure nobody knew that.
I love ballroom and swing dancing in fact I’m gong to my 7th annual ball in like a month.
Me too! but I don’t think I can go this year… 🙁
I crochet and knit and make paracord bracelets and draw and color. I love coloring. I write lame things. And I’m starting to get into photography.
Most specifically horror photography, but I have nobody who will allow me to make them scary :'(
Oooh I love making paracord bracelets! Unfortunately I don’t get to do it very often since I don’t have the supplies
I know a few people that enjoy swing dancing, but have never done it myself.
Dedicated to the not-forum
I’m not sure where this thread should go from here… wait a second: What if we could organize an Auxcon in Botswana that’s also a missions trip? That way we could stay longer and have a little bit more structure to the extended stay. Angie could head the expedition and make sure we approach it with the proper mentality.
(I know that Botswana is a majority Christian nation already, but that might just mean the focus would be a little different than otherwise.)
Are we fandom?
We are random.
Maybe more of a community? I’ve never really been in a fandom so I wasn’t sure
I mean if there are fans, there’s a fandom, so I’d say we are.
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