Saturday, November 22, 2014

Our Recent Trip to Nepal - Photographs are Worth a Thousand Words

The trip to Nepal was such an amazing trip, I wanted to share a few more photographs of the kids we met and our time spent with them. As Thanksgiving approaches, I’m reminded of how much I have to be thankful for. Even though separated by an ocean and dozens of countries and more than ten thousand miles, Nepal will always be a part of me. 

As Christians, we worship the same God, we love the same Savior, and we look forward to the same eternity. Enjoy these photographs and remember how much God loves you this Thanksgiving. Be more thankful and eat lots of turkey.

worship at church in Kathmandu

Sunday school class

Orphans with John 3:16 books

Typical street in Nepal

Taking home John 3:16 books to read


Our hosts

My daughter Joy - as a former gymnast, I felt she was safe.


I actually remembered how to play!

John 3:16 Bookmarks

Reading Sherrill Cannon's book, Peter and the Whimper Whineys.

Kids climb the trees to reach the fruit for dinner
Joy and I had a wonderful time!

Photo credits for this blog post: Joylin V. Roberts


  1. Would LOVE to hear Joy's account. What an eyeopener for her, eh?

  2. Great pictures! And what beautiful children. The streets and the scenery remind me of Ayacucho, Peru, but the mountains weren't nearly that tall there! Glad you had a good trip and can't wait to hear more about it.

  3. Joy is a teenager of few words. Still trying to find out:)