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October 28, 2010

Over here in Ohio at Franciscan University where I am going to school. Still have not gone home to California since crossroads began this past summer. I miss my family like crazy! I went directly to school from D.C. after the walk. I am looking forward to December when I will see them again!

Crossroads was great. I can’t say I plan on doing it again, it was exhausting. I am very glad I did it though. Thank you to all of our host families and donors. Thanks to my central walk 2010 team. I love you all. It was such a blessing.

Ok, maybe one day I will do it again. It was great. But it was difficult too.

Anyhow,  I am now planning to do more mission work! I am going to Chicago in Spring to work with Emmaus ministries and minster to homosexual prostitutes, most of whom are addicts and are living on the streets. Please pray for me….and us,  as we prepare for this journey.

Thanks and God Bless

-Patience Bernadette Dayton

2010 Central Walk.


2 Comments leave one →
  1. Jeff and Peggy Orr permalink
    October 28, 2010 8:00 pm

    Patience, We wish you well. May God bless you in your encounters with the fallen souls. [Jeff and Peggy Orr, Crossroads host family from North Platte, Nebraska]

  2. donna masek permalink
    December 26, 2010 12:38 am

    Patience, We enjoyed having you and the rest of the Central walk team in Northern Utah this past summer, as well. Be assured that the sacrifices that you made, and CONTINUE to make for souls will not go unnoticed. Be assured, as well, of our prayerful support for your and the entire “central” walk team’s future endeavors. Merry Christmas! donna

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