NWC Last Day here in Tanzania


Day 20 Last Posting from All!

Hello one last time from Tanzania! It is Grace Ristow. Today was our last day on safari. We were in the Ngoronogro Crater. We saw lots of animals but I have to say that even though we saw elephants on Friday, and there were different animals today, as well as elephants, elephants   were still my favorite animal out of the whole safari. This trip has been an amazing experience and we thank you for all your continued support over the past few weeks!

Jambo! This is Sarah Rathbun. I don't think that I can find words to describe my experiences here in Tanzania. God has blessed me immensely and I have grown in my faith more than I ever thought I would. I have enjoyed growing closer to my team/classmates and I am very appreciative of everyone who made this trip possible for me.

Hello, everyone for the last time! This is Hannah Twedt, today was awesome we got to see every animal that is ever in a little child's dreams. I was just so blessed by the beauty that has surrounded me, the people that I have met, the lessons the people have taught me and becoming more cultural competent with people of other cultures. Love you all and see you in 48 hours!

Jambo! This is Melinda. This trip has been amazing! I have learned so much about Tanzanian culture and way of life. There is a lot I have learned from the people that live here. In about two days the team will be back home! I know I am sad to leave this country but also extremely excited to share about my experience I have had. I love everyone back home and cannot wait to see you again!!

Hello everyone! This is Rachael. Today was a great way to end our trip here in Tanzania. We went on our last day of safari, and seeing the crater was amazing. Words and pictures cannot describe the beauty that is in this country. I have learned so much and have been so blessed! Leaving is going to be so hard, but I cannot wait to be back home with family and friends. Love and miss you all!!

Hello friends and family! I am writing to you after a completely wonderful weekend on safari. It went by so fast it seems like a blur. Safari has been the perfect way to end the trip, enjoying God's beautiful creation of Tanzania and reflecting on what has happened during the past three weeks. I can't even begin to describe the welcome and love we have felt from the people of Tanzania. I will leave with mixed feelings, sad to leave a place I love but so excited and ready to see the people I love at home. Love and miss you all!  –Karlie

Hello everyone! This is Ally and I am both happy and sad to say that we are coming home in a few short days! I have had the most wonderful time in Tanzania and I am so sad to leave all the people I have come to know and love here. The welcome we have had is incredible and I hope and pray I will be able to come back. I can't wait to see you all and tell you about my experience here in this beautiful country! See you soon!

Jambo! I am so grateful for the opportunity to come to Tanzania. The experiences I've had the past few weeks have been marvelous. The people of Tanzania have been very welcoming and incredibly loving. I have learned so many different things and been blessed in so many different ways on this trip.  Although I am headed home tomorrow, I know this is just the beginning of my journey. I have many stories to share and memories to keep. I am looking forward to see what God has planned for me next. Love and miss you! I can't wait to see you (very soon!)! J

– Jasmine Frye

Jambo!  I have been so blessed by the experiences we have had in Tanzania!  God has definitely been at work, and it has been amazing to be able to see it firsthand.  The people of Tanzania have touched all of our lives with their love and compassion.  Seeing the joy that they have when they seem to have so little has been something I will never forget.  It will be hard to say goodbye.  Love and miss you all.  See ya in a few days!   ~Katie Allen

Hello All!  Thank you for following us with our cultural learning journey in Africa while serving the Tanzania people.  As their teacher, I have been honored to witness these students each day.  God has blessed us in so many ways.  Thank you parents, family, and community members for the support you give to the students and donations of medical supplies for the Tanzanian people.  Thank you NWC Study Abroad department for the course development and NWC nursing department for forwarding my daily emails and project printing and supplies.  Hope Ministries team and leader Gayle Stroscheim, thank you for being the bridge that crossed over an ocean and brought us to the villages to work with them for the people of Tanzania.  All can continue to follow their work atwww.hopeministries.co .  Please continue to keep the Tanzanian people in your prayers.  Diane Smith









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