Today I am in Austria in a little lake town called Millstatt. I have been here for 3 days so far with my team. We are here to document a JV English camp, grab some interviews from students, and be as much a part of camp as we can. It has been a blast. After all of the traveling and working, today we finally get a break. Instead of packing up and heading out to the next location, we are staying put. There is another group that is coming here to do a camp in the same location. To take advantage of our short time off today, I decided to go for a run through the town. While setting my pace and listening to the most recent Coldplay album, I couldn't help but smile while gazing at the landscape around me. Big mountains, valleys, forest, a massive lake, dutchlanders. I am constantly asking myself, "where am I?!" I am thankful for the rest today and time to be still in prayer and in Gods word. I think I have felt a bit anxious with all that is going on out here right now though. With being on the road, leading an intern, taking massive amounts of video and photo, setting up interviews, and making sure we tell this story well, I feel the pressure to always have something excellent to show for it all. I don't think a rest day could have come at a better time. Today I have been remembering all that God has lead me through to bring to where He has me now and thanking Him for those things. Paul says in Philippians to instead of being anxious we need to rejoice, and in everything by prayer and supplication WITH THANKSGIVING, let you request be made known to God. Today is a day of thanksgiving. This is His story and plan, and I get to be a part of it. Whenever I start to feel anxious or restless, I am reminded that it might be that I am trying to fit my own plans into Gods plans instead of the other way around. Paul continues by saying that the peace of God which surpasses all understanding will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. This is truth. Letting go and asking God to bring to light His purposes and His plans and thanking Him for the great things He has done in my life and brought to me peace today. Looking forward to tomorrow and the rest of our time on the road and capturing the beauty of the great things He has done here in Eastern Europe. Čau!