Isn’t it odd how we Canadians take such a long time to trust each other enough to build a relationship, yet it sounds like the missions team built quick friendships with the workers and families in Leon. As cautious Canadians, can we learn something from this?

Because we think we have all the time in the world to build relationships, we keep putting it off … to the point where we don’t take the step at all. However, the missions team knew they had limited time so they just dove in with both feet. How can we apply that mentality in our own lives here?