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Pointe, Flex. Corn, Flakes.

We start every dance classes the same – we stretch. Then we work our feet…flexing and pointing them. I call out “flex” and “pointe”. Recently the girls have decided to spice up their “pointe, flex” routine… With their Creole accents “flex” sounds like “flakes”, so they now are quick to call out “Corn! 14 more words

Two Poems by Noah Ainslie


Sad creation happened
love broken forever
it was dead
it felt like there was a knife
in my neck
I couldn’t breathe
drowned in the tears of the orphans… 104 more words


Afflicting Widows

What would you do if your father died? Your mother would be on her own and hopefully would be well cared for by your father ahead of time by wise planning. 782 more words


Prepping for Haiti

Tomorrow marks 10 YEARS that Greg and I have been married.  It’s be a wild, crazy, adventure packed 10 years.  I have to say that it’s gone by incredibly fast.   200 more words


The Ephemeral

“Life is made up of a collection of moments that are not ours to keep. The pain we encounter throughout our days spent on this earth comes from the illusion that some moments can be held onto. 504 more words

May 2015

Pennies with Promise

“And they did it with something that is basically worthless in our society – pennies. But overseas, pennies can move mountains.” -Greg Mortenson

Chris, Promise, and I want to send the warmest “THANK YOU” to everyone who has prayed for Ruth and the children at the Amukura orphanage and donated money towards Ruth’s wheelchair and incontinence supplies.

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When Christianity is Illegal

Chiang Rai, Thailand – July 7th, 2014

A torrential downpour greeted us as we emerged from our rooms this morning for an early-morning prayer time with the children from Home of Grace.

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