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A Heart of Gratitude

How are you growing? Has anyone asked you that lately? What has God been teaching you?

I have been learning to walk through this season that God has me in with a heart of gratitude, not with a bubbling-over of frothy giddiness, but a steady, restful peace in the assurance that He has me right where He wants me. 494 more words

California Wild Fires


“It was like an out of control locomotive barreling down the mountainside.” Dave (name has been changed) struggled to hold back the tears as he recounted the words of his houseguests. 641 more words


God Called Me Slowly

The first week of August I attended a training at the EFCA national office. As part of our time together, we were each asked to share our testimony of how the Lord has called us to our ministries. 775 more words

4 Quick Thoughts About Kim Davis and Aylan

-I’m thinking that our outrage on social media is a poor substitute for actually doing something that makes a difference.

-The prophets like Isaiah remind us that… 60 more words


An Open Door to Understanding- Guest posting over at All People

I’m really thankful for the opportunity to share over at EFCA’s blog “All People“. The blog has some really great thoughts on multi-cultural ministry in the USA context, and is a useful tool-box, especially if you’re interested in broadening your ideas on how the church can respond in a Christ-like manner to the immigrants in our midst. 230 more words

Social Justice

Words and Deeds, and a Few Comments on Balance

Currently I am studying for my ordination exams in the Evangelical Free Church of America (EFCA). It’s a three-year process that has three major steps in it: one at the start, one at the end, and one in-between. 1,055 more words

The Christian Life