Thursday, July 14, 2011

Surfing The Nations...

a non-profit, humanitarian organization delivering the message of love and hope 
through the sport of surfing and acts of selfless service.
 
My girls are on their way to Hawaii right now with HDC Students to spend 
a week working with Surfing The Nations. Check out their website :)
We are excited to see how God uses this team of young people 
to impact their world for Christ while serving others.
They will be helping to feed the homeless, and working with inner city kids. 
I'm so excited for them!! Can you tell? :)

My older two boys came down from the camp their working at this summer
to see the girls off today.
Thanks guys! 
 
Have a wonderful weekend my friends :)
Aloha,
Marcia

28 comments:

Amy Kinser said...

What a wonderful opportunity for them!

Julie Harward said...

Something they will never forget...reminds me of the missions our your men and women go out on for 2 years...so much service, it ought to heal this old world..I hope! ;D

Farm Girl said...

It sounds incredible, I can't wait to see what God will do either. Hey, did your daughter ever find a dress for that wedding?

NanaDiana said...

That is SOOO exciting! Isn't it wonderful all the ways God works through people? Surfing? Whodathought? xo Diana

Julia said...

It's great to see young people doing this. Blessings on on your daughters... You must be so proud of them. JB

kerrie of sea cottage said...

How very exciting that is for them! And what a lovely family you are.

Sweet Tea said...

Your kids sound amazing. Here's praying for a safe trip and lots of wonderful contacts as they share the word of God. Can't wait for you to share their stories with us when they get home!

jAne said...

what a wonderful opportunity.
looking forward to hearing how the Lord spoke to their hearts and how they brought further glory to Christ. Wow.

jAne

Theresa said...

What a wonderful group doing God's work! I know that I was really surprised at the number of homeless people in Hawaii! They weren't bothering anyone, just living homeless in the park:( It made me sad to see soooo many! I pray God's richest blessings on this group for helping others!

Have a blessed day, HUGS!

PⒿ @ $ € € ₦$ ₣®0₥... said...

Good deeds, great learning, wonderful opportunity!

T's Daily Treasures said...

Hey Marcia! Your family is beautiful! And what a great opportunity for the girls. Kudos to them! Best wishes and blessings, Tammy

Mrs.Rabe said...

So exciting!

I love their shirts. Can't wait to see how their lives are impacted.

Blessings friend,
Deanna

Elaine @ Sunny Simple Life said...

How wonderful for your daughters. To serve others and see Hawaii is the best of both worlds. Sounds like you guys have been real busy. I just love what you did with that chair. I can't believe it was ever some boring office chair. It looks great.

BailiwickStudio said...

How exciting! What an experience it will be for them. ::Jill

Sue said...

What a great experience for them! Creative idea on the part of those who planned it, too.

=)

Beverly said...

What a wonderful experience for your girls. You must be so proud of them. They will never forget it.
Great picture of your family. Imagine it must be hard getting them all together as they get older.

BeachVintage.com said...

Hi Marcia, looks like everyone is having fun. Thanks for your lovely comment last week. xx

Deborah said...

How exciting!!!
They'll never be the same!!!
No wonder you're thrilled...:)


Deborah xoxo

Pamela Gordon said...

Hi Marcia, thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving a comment. I appreciate new visitors and followers! You have a beautiful family! Have a blessed day. Pamela

Susan B said...

What an exciting time for your daughters! Looking forward to hearing about their time in Hawaii. You have a lovely family Marcia!

Have a wonderful weekend! ☺

Elizabeth said...

What a wonderful experience and a beautiful gift to for the community!
I've been catching up on what I've missed over here on your beautiful blog! Love that chair redo! And that piture you found at the yard sale totally cool!
Also so glad to see the update on Jordan!
Many blessings!

koralee said...

Wow..that sounds amazing! What fun they will have.

Just got back from your lovely area...pure joy is what we had while visiting. xoxoxo

outdoor.mom said...

AMAZING family pic!! prayers and fun for your girls!! your family is so beautiful :-)

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

what a wonderful way to give back and to serve our Father in such a spectacular way.

xxoo
becky

Auntie Bliss said...

Awesome experience!!!

Twig said...

Hi I just found your blog and realize we have much in common. Thanks for sharing

Cody, Tiffany, Koda, and Kenai Carothers said...

I'm so glad that the girls went! I bet they loved it! Such a great experience!!! We love STN :)

SweetMarie said...

What a lovely family photo