The final installment, finally. 

First of all, really sorry post this so late! There's been an endless number of
shoots I've been doing every weekend and so I never had the time
to type this up.

With that said, wow, I can't believe I was actually in India. We spent
two days driving from Nepal over the border to India where I had the chance
to try out more delicious food and experience the somewhat lacking
road infrastructure.

Joel and Tara run a very joyous home filled with love, it's very evident
from the get go. While this was our last location to visit, it felt like being
welcomed home, even though I myself hadn't visited before. Our days
we're spent with kids doing worship, crafts, and just ... play time. We also
had the opportunity to make momo's for the entire house and as always, those things
we're delicious.

I definitely felt the most exhausted at this point of the trip so I spent more of
my time documenting through my camera than anything else. One
really cool project I got to work on with another member of my team
was to record several videos of some the kids with their testimonies. Perhaps
I'll be able to upload those one day ... and honestly, I still really haven't
figured out way how to explain how I felt about afterwards but I remember
that this verse resonated with me:

Looking at his disciples, [Jesus] said: "Blessed are you who are poor,
for yours is the kingdom of God. Blessed are you who hunger now, for you
will be satisfied. Blessed are you who weep now, for you will laugh.

Now, will I be back? I'm not sure, I would definitely like to visit again
(after all, I have a ten year visa for India now :P) but it's always
hard to say with the future. But ... most likely I will.