Our team went to BAPS, Atlanta’s biggest Hindu temple. It was a unique experience for all of us as we learned about their beliefs and rituals. After we left the temple, our students shared stories of their experiences there. One thing that stood out to one of our team members was how the Hindu religion is centered around deeds and practices. However, as followers of Jesus we know that we don’t have to work for our salvation, it has already been paid for by Christ. After the temple visit, our team traveled over to Atlanta’s Global Mall and refueled at an authentic Indian restaurant, which gave us a bigger TASTE of their culture.
At Reach the Nations Church, the team fell in love with the kids at first sight, they were all playing, singing, dancing, and pursuing relationships with them. As we reviewed the lesson from yesterday, we found out that
At the Hispanic apartments, we found out they loved to play soccer and they just longed for the attention of others. Almost instantly relationships were made between the kids and our team.
At the Haitian location the team was more than blown away by the number of kids that came, which almost doubled the amount from Monday. The kids arrived with a crazy amount of energy and excitement to be there. It is so cool to see the relationships being formed with the members of the team with these kids, and we are super pumped to see what the rest of this week brings.