Scott Hodge


168 Hours in Thailand

Jan 29, 2007

JimlarsonbangkokThis is my friend Jim Larson.  The picture was taken one night while we were walking the streets of Bangkok at around 1 or 2 in the morning.  It was such a sad, sad scene – a little girl sitting by herself begging for help.

I can

7 Responses to “168 Hours in Thailand”

  1. Jason says:

    Incredible! I really enjoyed reading your posts relating your your trip to Thailand. Looking forward to some video on the blog.

  2. emma says:

    Sounds incredible! Can’t wait to hear some more, will have to get the podcasts for sure.

  3. Doug says:

    You’re going to make me cry these next 3 weeks aren’t you…….
    I guess that should make my therapist happy……

  4. ChriS says:

    Thanks for sharing about The Well! I visited their site and I am praying for them.

  5. Beko says:

    I don’t know if I can wait until the 11! That’s like… 12 whole days away! Way Excited!

  6. edith Zepeda says:

    Too exciting!! I teach this Sunday so I think I can be in the sanctuary for 2 of the Sunday’s duty calls in God’s Big Top on the last Sunday so I will Podcast. I will bring my Kleenex! You know my rule no on cries alone in my presence! Praying for you and Dan that God helps you work out all that you experienced and are experiencing now after the journey. Peace Edith

  7. Annerose says:

    These comments have been invaluable to me as is this whole site. I thank you for your comment.

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