The street running by Crystal’s apartment in Tuzla, Bosnia. Minarets from a nearby mosque are seen in the background.
Sarajevo Evangelical Church during a youth conference.
The Sarajevo Evangelical Church pastor shows youth at the conference a bird’s eye view of Sarajevo, Bosnia.
The pastor gives youth at the conference a tour of Sarajevo.
Youth at the conference tour a Turkish market in Sarajevo.
The bridge in Sarajevo by the site of Archduke Ferdinand’s assassination.
Youth from the conference and Crystal (center) take a moment to pose for a photo as they walk through Sarajevo.
In Kiseljak, a Roma village, Crystal (second from left) and Eldina (center), a worker from the church, teach some girls how to make apple crisp.
Crystal helps to break up some old concrete as the Sarajevo Evangelical Church builds an addition.
Crystal (not pictured) attends a women’s conference in Sarajevo. The women are doing a “sword drill.”
Adelisa, a child from Kiseljak, draws a picture to illustrate a lesson.
Children in Kiseljak make cards for their sponsors in Finland.
Crystal (not pictured) walks with six children from Kiseljak, admiring the “lijepa” (“pretty”) flowers.
Crystal walks with children from Kiseljak.
Children in Kiseljak make cards for their sponsors in Finland with the help of Elvira (second from left), a worker at the church. The whiteboard says “Merry Christmas” in Bosnian.
Pedestrians buy candy at the market in Tuzla’s historic town square.
Crystal (right) gets coffee in Tuzla with Sanja (left), who teaches English at the church on Saturdays, and two of Sanja’s students.
Marco (left) and Rasim (right) play in the church’s backyard, as they do each day for many hours after school.
With the addition to the church completed, men unload pellets that will be used to provide heat.
A team from the church, including Elvira (second from left), Jaca (fourth from left), and Mira (fifth from left), visits women in Kiseljak to spend time talking over coffee or juice.
Crystal (left) and Mirela (right) stand by the yellow house used for church programs in Kiseljak.