Arrival and Adventures in Alaska

Hello from Sutton!

After about 18 hours of traveling filled with lots of games, laughter, singing, and very little sleep (at least for some of us), we arrived safely at Eaglecrest at about 2:30am this morning (5:30am Madison time). Needless to say, it didn’t take much to get everyone to bed 🙂 This morning, rejuvenated after a solid 4-5 hours of sleep, we awoke to witness the absolute beauty that is God’s creation that is here in Alaska. After a wonderful breakfast and morning devotions, we headed to Sutton Bible Church where we had the opportunity to worship with members of the local community. 

This afternoon, we experienced even more of God’s glorious creation by hiking a glacier! It was thrilling to witness the vast and untamed beauty of the glacier and surrounding mountains. 

Our day camp starts tomorrow! We are incredibly excited to meet and build relationships with students from Sutton! Please continue to pray for both our team and the Sutton students who will join us this week. 

Mia and Emily

Playing UNO makes 2 am plane rides more enjoyable

Playing UNO makes 2 am plane rides more enjoyable

The glacier we hiked this afternoon!

The glacier we hiked this afternoon!

Special note for Mary Elizabeth:

Noah wanted to let you know that even though it is not his turn to blog tonight, he still loves you very much and will blog at some point during this trip.


5 thoughts on “Arrival and Adventures in Alaska

  1. Glad to hear you are all safe and enjoying the sights! We miss and love you all!
    Noah – I actually came home today and asked mom if you were there so we could hang… turns out you weren’t, so that kind of stunk. Keep having fun, I’ll see you soon (25 days)!
    Jesus loves you! ❤

  2. Great to hear how you arrived and hit the ground running! I’m excited to hear more about how God uses the team. Thanks for the post!

  3. Mia and Emily, thank you for sharing such a vivid account of your first days! I look forward to hearing about the team’s first day of camp with the students of Sutton. What an amazing opportunity you have all been given! Be open to what God wants to show and teach you through the people of Sutton, each other and the beauty of all that is around you. Noah, I look forward to your blog post. 🙂

  4. Hi mom and dad!!! That glacier looked soooo flippin awesome! We hope you’re having an amazing time! We miss you a whole bunch! We’re hanging out at the house tonight with wuppa and Louie! Can’t wait to see you guys and hear all about your trip! Love you guys so much and you are in our prayers!! Keep doing amazing things, we’re so proud of you 🙂

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