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Another Mantra 

Don’t stop dreaming because your vision is coming to life. What happens when God does what he says he would do? What happens after all the hard work pays off? 115 more words

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Reflection Time

Wow,

What a week!

As I reflect on my journey, I remember dreaming of holding children’s hands. Literally. But not just any children, children here in Ecuador. 145 more words

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Post-workout thoughts 

I believe in a God that does not work in borders, limitations, or human expectations.

My poetry, creativity, and dreams are not put on hold because I choose to serve God in Ecuador. 103 more words

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When I Look at Their Faces..

… the beautiful children, I wonder ‘how can you not love these faces’. I cried after the elections because I thought of the beautiful children who are shamed for who they are in a country that millions go to, leaving everything they know, their families, their culture to pursue a life that promises better opportunities and safety for their children. 294 more words

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Still Dreaming

I am writing this post on a full stomach. I ate mi almuerzo a little late today. I take an hour and forty minute commute every Tuesday and Thursday to and from… 313 more words

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Missionary Journey to Egypt - Fear vs Faith

This is my third blog about preparing for my missionary journey to Egypt. Is it me or are we in America afraid to face every other religion? 2,066 more words

Discipleship

Sister, Sister

“What good is it, my brothers and sisters, if someone claims to have faith but has no deeds? Can such faith save them? Suppose a brother or a sister is without clothes and daily food. 276 more words

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