Greetings! My name is Nicole Wynn and I am 21 years old. I just graduated from college with a Degree in Film and Video Production. I have a passion for Jesus, missions, traveling and documentaries. I love anything outdoors and discovering new things. I play the ukulele and love speaking Spanish. I really enjoy getting to know new people! I don't have a passion for most of my blogs will probably be video blogs or pictures with a few sentences, haha. I started doing missions when I was a senior in highschool when I went to Guatemala for a week. I loved it so much I decided to go back for two months. I have been spending my summers doing missions ever since. I have been to Ireland, Texas, Missouri, Kentucky, and New Mexico doing mission work. February 1st 2015, I will be taking a one way flight to the Dominican Republic. You can follow my blogs to see how God is using me! Life is for the living! So live everyday as if you understood the importance of each second! You were put on this earth for a purpose, find your purpose, then give it everything you have! Pax Christi!

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"Darkness can only be scattered by light, hatred can only be conquered by love." - JP2

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Urgent Message For All

I write you with the utmost of urgency. Yesterday a friend sent me a message on Facebook and all the message said was, “Watch God is Not Dead.” I have thought about watching it a few times, but I happen to be a big movie critic and Christian movies tend to have a cheesiness that I can’t stand. But, I
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200 Hugs a Day

So last friday I arrived at my new apartment. I was greeted by Dulce, the contact person I have been talking to this whole time. She works with Catholic Mission Trips (CMT – the organization that I worked with this past summer). She is an extremely kind woman who lives in the states with her husband and their children are
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Mangoes on the Mission Field

Sorry for not blogging in a while, but I have been keeping very busy, in both good ways and bad. So I took a little trip to the Emergency Room two Thursdays ago. I love mangoes, but apparently the feeling is not mutual. I had an allergic reaction. Fortunately, the hospital is only a 5 minute walk from my house
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Two Bananas and a Newspaper

Big exciting things have happened the past few days. Wednesday, Marion (a German girl who seems to have traveled all over the world), Brandon and Kelvin (two guys from Washington D.C.) and I went to Boca Chica, a beautiful beach about a 30 minute ride away from Santo Domingo, in the car that Brandon and Kelvin rented. So we held
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All The Sounds

Hispanic families love the airport. I came out of the terminal and there were hundreds of people lined up on either side of the gate, waiting for their loved ones to get off the plane. I would have felt like a rock star … but none of them were there for me. So I just awkwardly smiled as I felt
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The One With the One-Way Ticket

What am I doing? This seems to be the question. The question everyone keeps asking me, including myself. The short answer is, I am leaving for the Dominican Republic on February 1st. Which, if you are reading this today, happens to be tomorrow. The first month I am there I will be living with a host family and taking Spanish
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