Posts Tagged "ZOE Visitors"

The Day ZOE Changed My Life

March 12, 2019

ZOE Australia By Mark Easton My first contact with ZOE was in 2013 when I met David Cross while on a mission trip to Chiang Mai with my son’s school. David told the group the story of Moses, the first man to try and abolish slavery. In Exodus 4 Moses, confused and overwhelmed, tries to […]

Thailand x4!

August 29, 2016

Guest blogger: Stephanie Chabot This was my fourth trip to Thailand to serve alongside of ZOE. Every time I go I make sure I have the mindset of no expectations. I always want to make sure of that, because I want to see what God has in store for myself and the team. Each trip […]

National Children’s Day

February 10, 2014

National Children’s Day Mother’s Day and Father’s Day are common holidays that we are all probably used to. I remember asking my dad when I was younger, “Why isn’t there a kid’s day?”  What was only a dream for me back then, is a reality for the children of Thailand.  One day out of the […]

Soccer Jokes Aside

July 22, 2012

Soccer Jokes Aside Q: Why did the soccer ball quit the team? A: It was tired of being kicked around! Q: What do you get when you mix 20 ZOE youth, 11 American interns, 35 Thai vocational training students, 35 Aussies … and a handful of teachers, ZOE volunteers (plus their kids) and a few […]

Delightful ZOE Volunteer!

April 9, 2012

Delightful ZOE Volunteer! Last month, we debuted our volunteer spotlight article. Our volunteers assist us with various tasks and projects in the ZOE USA office. All of our volunteers have such an amazing heart to serve. Some of our volunteers find out about our organization through friends, school, the local Santa Clarita Magazine or just […]