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Pictures from our World Race team

Karen and I just returned home from a month of traveling. We’re coaching a squad of 32 World Racers for the next year (if you’re an empty nest couple looking for a way to invest in the next generation, let me suggest it – it’s like adopting 32 young adults into your family). And then tod…
By Seth Barnes
By Seth Barnes
Karen and I just returned home from a month of traveling. We’re
coaching a squad of 32 World Racers for the next year (if you’re an
empty nest couple looking for a way to invest in the next generation,
let me suggest it – it’s like adopting 32 young adults into your
family).

And then today we’ll start training our largest group of Racers
ever – 57 at last count. They are excited about going around the world
together beginning this October and I know they must be excited about
meeting each other for the first time today.
We have got some excellent photographers on the squad we’re
coaching. Here are some of their pictures from Mexico and Central
America.

Mexico – July 2008 – The July ’08 World Racers in Palenque – photo from Jennifer Crane
Mexico – July 2008 – Children in Jerusalen – photo by Natalie Montgomery

Mexico – July 2008 – Racers jumping off a bridge into a river in Trinidad – photo by Tara Bruce

Guatemala – July 2008 – Racers “on the streets of Antigua praying for a homeless woman” – photo from Tara Bruce

Mexico – July 2008 – Racer Stephanie Fisk with some friends at a church in Palenque – photo by Natalie Montgomery

Mexico – July 2008 – A guy named
Mario in Palenque, that some of the July ’08 racers have gotten to
know. – photo by Katie Rowland


Mexico – July 2008 – Mario. – photo
by Stephanie Fisk – Check out Stephanie’s blogs titled “A Testimony of Transformation“, parts 1 & 2 to hear more about Mario.

Nicaragua – July 2008 – Racers going to minister in a dump in Managua – photo from Aaron Bruner
Mexico – July 2008 – Racer Johnny Pratt – photo from Johnny Pratt

Mexico – July 2008 – A little girl in Jerusalen – photo by Jennifer Crane

Guatemala – July 2008 – Antigua – – photo by Natalie Montgomery

Mexico – July 2008 – Children running in Jerusalen – photo by Natalie Montgomery
Guatemala – July 2008 – Racers hiking on Volcan Pacaya – photo by Tara Bruce

Comments (10)

  • if i wasn’t your kid, i’d so want to be adopted by ya’ll. i love you, thanks for showing/living out what it looks like to bring the kingdom.

  • Dear Dadi Seth,
    We are very happy to see all these pictures.
    We appreciate your ministry and all your great harvest .May God bless all the team and you.
    With love and blessings.
    Ps,Emmanuel.

  • Gonna keep saying it… when I grow up I want to be just like you!Great shots and the kids look just like you!!

  • Gee, guys. I gotta tell you, with all my bluster and pontification on this blog, I often feel like I’m huffing and puffing to keep up with the rest of you, so thanks for the encouragement!

  • What wonderful images that have been captured. Our family is in the Philippines right now where we will be serving for International Justice Mission for one year. Perhaps when my children (ages 8,3,1) leave the nest, my wife and I would like to……..God bless you and those you serve. Your blog has been a blessing in my journey. Russ

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