This fun couple ventured out for photos in the thick Georgia humidity! Afternoon rain didn't hold us back. It actually felt nice outside, aside from the humidity.
I've known this beautiful little lady since she was about 8 years old, so being able to adventure with them and celebrate their engagement was really special. Rebekah's got a heart of gold, is sweet, outgoing and adventurous. I'd say she's found her match because Seth seems pretty awesome himself.
These two just graduated from Ethnos 360 Bible Institute, a missional organization, and will be working around campus this year as they prepare for their wedding & begin their lives together. Seth and Rebekah have genuine hearts that love people, Jesus and life.
The mission trips I experienced were incredible opportunities for me. I built so many friendships that I still have today, even if those friendships are primarily through Facebook or Instagram. I learned a lot about the world, myself and God through my time in other cultures. It's a part of who I am. My husband jokingly calls me "un-American" and I actually embrace that term. I don't mind it. I am proud to be an American, but I am also proud that part of me is "un-American". One day I would love to travel with my husband and baby and introduce them to so many of my amazing friends. When you experience life through the eyes of other people and other cultures you learn more than you ever knew you would.
I think this adventure is going to be a fun one for Seth and Rebekah. Hard at times, yes. But fun and good times too. I can't wait to see what God has in store for them, wherever they are led.
How beautiful on the mountains are the feet of those who bring good news, who proclaim peace, who bring good tidings, who proclaim salvation, who say to Zion, "Your God reigns!"