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Hearts for Honduras - February 13-20, 2020

A group of 11 traveled to Honduras to experience the beauty of the culture, people and foods and to continue adding to a library for children at Abundant Life Christian School.  We loved being with the children and enjoyed being part of Fiesta Tipica at the school. The experience was a very special way to deepen our appreciation for travel, language, culture, foods and especially for the opportunity to meet new people, opening our hearts to learning in new ways. The gracious hospitality will remain with us always. Our thanks to Rachel and Jake Compaan and the students of Abundant Life.


Culture and Connections in Honduras - February 1-8, 2018

A group of 12 individuals traveled together to experience the culture of Honduras and to offer service. The group explored the culture, language, food, history and natural beauty of Central Honduras. We met children at Abundant Life Christian School, supported building a new library and filling it with books for the children, and created a memorial hummingbird garden at the school. The experience was deeply meaningful for all. This mindful travel experience was co-faciliated by Thomas and Sallie Suby-Long and in-country guides Rachel and Jake Compaan.

Glow! Women's Wellbeing Experience - October 27-28, 2017 and April 20-21, 2018.

Vail, Colorado.  These wellbeing experiences were focused on refreshing and renewing in the beauty of the Colorado mountains.  The group was embraced by the gracious charm of the Sonnenalp Hotel. Participants engaged in enriching practices to inspire health and wholeness of mind, body, heart and spirit. The experiences were facilitated by Sallie Suby-Long, Renae Parra, Michelle Lamorreaux, Melinda Davidson and Suzanne Rainey.
Northern New Mexico May, 2016 

In May, 2016, a small group of adventuresome people traveled to experience the beauty, landscapes and culture of Northern New Mexico.  We visited Sanctuario de Chimayo, hiked at Ghost Ranch where artist Georgia O'Keefe received inspiration for many of her paintings, and explored the vibrant community, architecture, and foods of Santa Fe.  

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