Our trip to Krakow

To everyone who prayed for our recent trip to Krakow – thank you! It went very well. I was able to get my visa, though not for as long a term as I had planned. There was a misunderstanding with the paperwork, and I ended up with a visa for only six months. However, in September I can apply again and, Lord willing, should be able to get my full five year visa at that time.

We got one of the locals to snap this shot of us standing in front of Krakow's Florian Gate.

We got one of the locals to snap this shot of us standing in front of Krakow's Florian Gate.

Kels and I had a wonderful time in Krakow as usual. For us, Krakow is a nice place to relax and take some time off from the daily grind of L’viv. Here are a few pictures from our trip. Thanks again for praying!

Getting to Krakow means about 9 hours on a train. Great time to get some reading done!

Getting to Krakow means about 9 hours on a train. Great time to get some reading done!

Because the tracks in Ukraine are a different gauge than the rest of Europe, they actually have to change the wheels on the entire train when we get to the border! This process can take up to four hours.

The train is jacked up (with us in it!) so that the wheels can be changed at the border.

The train is jacked up (with us in it!) so that the wheels can be changed at the border.

Our friends Beata and Serhiy graciously allowed us to stay in their beautiful home while we were in Krakow.

Our friends Beata and Serhiy graciously allowed us to stay in their beautiful home while we were in Krakow.

Of course, we found time to visit our favorite climbing wall in Krakow.

Of course, we found time to visit our favorite climbing wall in Krakow.

The gym in Krakow is much larger and nicer than the one we have in L'viv.

The gym in Krakow is much larger and nicer than the one we have in L'viv.

Oh, and did we mention that McDonald's in Krakow has sausage-egg-and-cheese biscuits? Glory hallelujah!

Oh, and did we mention that McDonald's in Krakow has sausage-egg-and-cheese biscuits? Glory hallelujah!

ABS Tomorrow
We skipped one week of ABS while we were in Poland, but will be resuming tomorrow evening. We would appreciate your prayers as usual: Tuesday @ 12:00pm CST. Thank you!

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About Joshua Steele

My passion is leading people to Jesus Christ through the pages of Scripture. To that end, I have served as a missionary in Mexico, Hong Kong, Thailand, the United States, and currently Ukraine, where I have lived and ministered since 2001. In 2004, I married Kelsie, the girl of my dreams, and God has blessed us beyond measure with a precious family. Our five children Abigail, Rebekah, Hosanna, Kathryn, and David are the joy of our lives! Together, we live to glorify our Savior and proclaim His Word to those around us.

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