The Longest Day

We are all home safely now, mid afternoon on what is already the longest day of our lives. We left Siem Reap at 11:25 p.m. last night and arrived home today at 2:20 p.m. By the end of the day, there will have been 37 hours for us on the 20th of September, 2011. Ah the magic of air travel across the international date line!

It’s good to be home. We’ll post more pictures and reflections after we sleep a little and get organized.

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About Tom Rand

Tom Rand is an apprentice of Jesus, a biblical scholar and storyteller who is passionate about worship, teaching and formation into the Christ-like living. He lives in Toledo, Ohio and serves as the pastor of Sylvania First United Methodist Church.

2 thoughts on “The Longest Day

  1. I believe if you play your window shades right you could sleep right through summer and wake up in Autumn (9/23/2011). Rest peacefully little brother… The Lord is well pleased with your mission. We Love you guys. TBAAA

  2. Welcome home! I hope you are able to get the rest you need before jumping back into the busy-ness of your day to day lives. Your daily blogs have been an inspiration to me, and to all who have read them. I can’t wait to hear the rest of your stories and the ways that God worked in your lives during the past 2 weeks. Our church(es) are blessed because of you.

    Lauri

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