Paris and Rome. Castles, Beach Days, and Dance Parties. What kind of mission trip is this? How does my money, as a financial supporter of this trip, further the Gospel in Albania? Is Albania even a third world country? We get a lot of questions like those. And we get it. We understand. Serving with … Continue reading Albania 18.
The end of May all the way through the entire month of June have been some of the most trying days I've experienced in a long time. And, honestly, July isn't looking too promising either. Life has brought me to my knees over and over again and each time I get up and dust myself … Continue reading learning to pray
We hike mountains and chase waterfalls because the beauty that waits for us at the end. At least I do. If someone were to tell me, "there's nothing at the top of this mountain except a mound of rocks that blocks the view," then I would never initiate that first step toward the peak. I … Continue reading image.
*spoiler alert: this is not a political post where I drag the President of the United States so if that's what you're looking for, you won't find it here. I support President Trump, not necessarily because of who he is as a person, but because of the authoritative role God has ordained for him during … Continue reading So, do you date black guys too?
You're probably tired of hearing me write about mission trips, but here we are again. At work last week, I stumbled across three different articles shared by three different friends with the same bold statement: short-term trips need to be terminated. I felt my heart race as I looked at our ministry news, which reads, … Continue reading The not so Great Commission
Just the other day a friend and I were talking about a baby shower. It was a baby shower I was unable to attend, but I still wanted to gift the new parents with something sweet. When I asked what the parents still needed before their precious baby arrived, my question was answered with, "Well, … Continue reading back to the basics.
The Parable of the Lost Son is one of my favorite, if not my absolute favorite, parable in The Bible. If you've not read it before, here it is: Jesus continued: "There was a man who had two sons. The younger one said to his father, 'Father, give me my share of the estate.' So … Continue reading The Prodigal Son’s Bro.