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Adapting...things you may be interested in knowing

So we are on week three here in Uganda, though it feels like we have been gone from our family for longer, yet here a short time. 974 more words

Parenting

A New Guy in My Life

Since I moved to Honduras, I’ve lived on the ranch property of the children’s center & school where I work, and I LOVE IT! It’s so beautiful. 1,455 more words

Honduras

Why Missions Matters

Where did we ever get the notion that missions is an optional program in the church?

David Bryant wrote in In the Gap that some people are “trapped in boxes of pea-sized Christianity, full of myths about missions that rob them of incentive to care about the unreached.” The notion that missions is an optional program in the church reflects the small thinking of pea-sized Christianity. 444 more words

Church

Not a Super Christian

When I imagine preparing for a missions trip, I envision hours spent in prayer and contemplation, receiving lengthy words of prophecy, reading the entire bible, and unintentionally memorizing the entire book of Acts because *surprise!* God plans for you to spontaneously start a New Testament Church in a foreign place. 461 more words

Calling

Portland

Over the past 18 months, I have been involved in the Worship Rooms at Bethel, singing on a team that plays on the Friday night set, 10pm-12am, right after the service in the Bethel Great Room.  166 more words

Jesus

Our Apartment Video Walk-Through

Hello all!

Some of you where curious about where we are staying while we are in Kenya. So we decided to make a mini post with a walk-through of our apartment! 195 more words

Africa

Further thoughts on Luke 10:2 ... "Is"

“The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few. Therefore pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest.”  Luke 10:2… 817 more words

Faith