Justin Schneider

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If You Are Seeking the Truth, You will Find…..

As I get closer to our leave in two weeks I need to spend some time in prayer reflecting on the year. Where God has brought me from quitting my job in January to Spain, England, Madagascar, Nepal, India, SRI LANKA, Malaysia, and South Korea and over a dozen cities around the world. In just two weeks I’ll be back home to where I started almost 8 months ago. God has been changing me in lots of good ...

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Serving Gangnam Style

Serving Gangnam Style

Hi All, it’s been a while since I blogged. A friend of mine asked me what I’ve learned on KJ so I thought I’d share the email with you below: Our team just left India a few weeks ago. We stopped in Sri Lanka and Malaysia on our way to Korea. Now we are working with GMS and other movers here in Seoul to create the vision for Koreans and Americans together in missions around the wo...

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Always Work Beyond your Capacity.

Always Work Beyond your Capacity.

*I grabbed this post from my morning word devotional for you to enjoy. Indians are beautiful and they are really good singers. There culture is rich and country colorful. They are spiritual and believe in the supernatural. Not all live for God but they all live for a god(s) . Worship is celebration. They make their lives alive when they come together in community and man is community huge. Worship...

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Stop Trying to Solve the Problem and Let God give you the Answer.

Stop Trying to Solve the Problem and Let God give you the Answer.

All the traveling has been a awesome. On the Camino we met people from all over the world speaking all different languages. In Madagascar, I met some of the smartest and passionate people on the research team making ground breaking discoveries on Madagascars biodiversity, wildlife, and impact these two have on Malagasy people. We’re now in Kathmandu and have two more countries to go. This is...

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Kids of Madagascar: More on Giving and Less on Getting

Kids of Madagascar: More on Giving and Less on Getting

It’s pretty crazy out here and in a way has changed how I feel about things.. I was really excited to go somewhere uncomfortable, and I guess Madagascar is that place. We returned from a small village up river from Maroatsetra (home base) this morning and I’ve never seen so many kids excited about the smallest things. The house we were staying at had a makeshift grocery store in the fr...

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Update and A Thanks to My Supporters

Update and A Thanks to My Supporters

Since I flew out to Spain on May 1st, I’ve gone from walking the Camino de Santiago to working in Madagascar with National Geographic. On August 7th, I’ll be on my way to Nepal to join Sunoh, Hugh, and Zebulun, the other Kingdom Journeys participants. We are partnering with a company that looks to employ Nepalese workers to train in business skills. Since the Kingdom Journeys guys have...

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A Blessing to Celebrate Fathers Day.

A Blessing to Celebrate Fathers Day.

Today is fathers day and to honor him, I want to share with you what I sent him this morning. I had the privilege of walking 10 days (8hrs a day) across the northern coast of Spain with my father on the Camino – the spiritual pilgrimage St. James took to Santiago de Compostela. Dear Dad, After you left the Camino, all the of the guys kept telling me how smart and wise you are. Sunoh in parti...

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Children of God

Children of God

Last night, I was sitting with the guys from Kingdom Journeys, a new Christian couple from Hawaii, and a few other friends from the Camino. We were sitting on the steps on the end of the town and I was thinking about our differences: personalities, backgrounds, education, gifts, etc… Initially, I want to look for value in them by their gifts – what they can do. Many times, that is how ...

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A Steward of Five Senses

A Steward of Five Senses

Have you ever wondered why incense emanates through a Buddhist Temple, why a worship leader strums his guitar during prayer, or why Jesus chose bread and wine as tools to represent his death and resurrection? Until recently, I’ve never stopped to question these traditions. I’ve always wondered why incense was used in temples, or why the worship leaders version of elevator music was necessary durin...

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Kingdom Journeys Marathon Justin Schneider

Out to run the Marathon in Vitoria

I just met up with the team in Votoria last night and ran a marathon today. I ran it with Daniel and it was a great way to get to know him. Up to last night, I was not going to run the Marathon here in Vitoria. But when I arrived Daniel said he was going to at least run the half and told me how excited he was that I was going to be running with him so I figured I would just keep him company. We fi...

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