02/16/2017 07:08 am
Somewhere in my little girl, growing up years, I began to believe my Baptist church was “doing it right. I placed a high value on being “right,” in my faith, overlooking and often ignoring Jesus’s plea for righteousness through him. And so that little girl mind of mine grew up with some pretty self-righteous thoughts […]
02/09/2017 05:52 am
Reflections on 2 Samuel 24 Is your marriage not what you’d thought it would be? Do you have thoughts in your life of this isn’t fair? Maybe your career hasn’t taken off like you thought it would or you’re still single and pictured yourself married and a parent by now. Maybe you’ve struggled with your […]
02/02/2017 06:00 am
I envision a crisp day, similar to the 39 that had come before it. A day that was ripe with repetition. A day that impressed on all who lived through it a sense of impending doom. A time when men lived in fear of a giant spewing forth taunts, who imposed his will with brute […]View All Blog Entries
10/11/2016 03:28 pm
The Kenya team has landed safely. Today is orientation at Missions of Hope (Mohi), visit Area 2, and dinner at Kamau’s.
10/08/2016 07:50 am
There has been much destruction from Hurricane Matthew in the Caribbean Islands. The island nation of Haiti has been particularly hit hard. Being the poorest nation in our hemisphere, the Haitians are the least able to cope with the destruction. Please be in prayer for all of those impacted by the storm. Below is a description written by one of...
06/20/2016 10:27 am
Friday in Panama by Natalie Stewart Today was our last day at the school. This was a bittersweet moment. It was great to see how much the kids had grown just within the few days we had been there but also sad because I don't know if I will ever get the chance to come back. Abbey was an amazing...View All Blog Entries