Family Means Nobody Gets Left Behind or Forgotten

When I signed up to go on the Disney Summer Mission in February, I didn't know exactly what I was getting myself into. I knew I would be going back to my home in Florida at Disney World, I knew I would be investing in some incredible students, and I knew that eventually I would … Continue reading Family Means Nobody Gets Left Behind or Forgotten

I’ll Surf ’till the Sun Sets Beyond the Horizon

So, a metaphor we use for teaching our students on the Disney Summer Mission is ‘big wave surfing.’ We compare learning to surf to learning how to do evangelism. Evangelism, just like surfing requires a lot of faith and trust (and maybe a bit of spiritual pixi dust). I don’t know how many of you … Continue reading I’ll Surf ’till the Sun Sets Beyond the Horizon

Magical Memory #4 – It Started with Some Allergies

When meeting 47 new people, it is very important to bond, and what better way to do that than by seeing a movie where dinosaurs eat hundreds of innocent people? So, about three weeks into the summer, that’s exactly what we did. Allergy Pride, in the beginning stages of getting to know each other, went … Continue reading Magical Memory #4 – It Started with Some Allergies

Magical Memory Throwback #1- All Four Parks in One Day

On our last Tuesday of project, the Allergy Pride Carpool (the people I drove around with all summer to work, the four people on project who have super-fun allergies and can't work around food) decided to go on an adventure to see all four parks of Disney World in one day. We planned it out … Continue reading Magical Memory Throwback #1- All Four Parks in One Day