Almost anyone can hop on a plane and go to do good works. The question is, who are you doing the good work for? We always go in the name that is above all names, Jesus Christ. It takes a total team effort to complete the mission and this team has done a great job. Thank you.
Please pray as we travel back tomorrow. We will miss all of our friends in Prague. We love all of you.
Our team had a wonderful evening spending time and sharing red beans and rice with people from the Repy district of Prague.
The local church sponsored an event for Czech people to attend and have the opportunity to speak English with our team. The hope is that spiritual relationships will begin that lead toward a relationship with Jesus.
Our team participated in activities that centered around south Louisiana and culminated with our Czech friends being able to try a serving of red beans and rice.
Please pray for the church in Repy as they try to build relationships with the people they were able to meet last night.
Pray for our team tonight as we host another event in the Barrandov area of Prague.
The FBC Prague mission team is back in the United States. They landed in Chicago around 4:30pm and will be in NOLA later this evening. Keep praying for safe travel.
After a successful week of ministry the team is touring one of the most beautiful and historic cities in the world. Prague is filled with amazing architecture, historic buildings and amazing scenery. Most of the architecture is in its original form and was fortunately spared from bombing during World War II unlike many of the great cities in Europe.
Our FBC team is pictured here on the Charles Bridge which crosses the Vltava River. Legend has it that Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV laid the first stone himself on July 9, 1357. The bridge is lined with 30 statues, most of them in the baroque style and its Old Town Bridge Tower is considered to be one of the greatest gothic style buildings in the world.
As we wrap up our last day of ministry in Prague, we couldn’t have ended things any better! After a morning of coffee/tea distribution, our final English Club was a big success, and we had a great group of around 20 local Czechs plus all the local Americans on the team here. We fed them some home cooking (red beans and rice, jambalaya, gumbo) and sang some great Cajun songs (Jambalaya, When the Saints Go Marching In, etc…). The night was a great success for the Pochoden Praha church! Our team has been blessed by the connections we’ve made with the people of Prague, and we look forward to seeing the sights of the city tomorrow and making our way home Saturday. Please pray for safety as we travel home, and we look forward to seeing you all very soon!