To learn a lesson we usually have to live through the experience. Our parents and teachers will sound like a broken record repeating a truth we'd do well to live by. For some reason it takes living through the roller coaster to truly grasp what they were trying to tell us all along! Imagine for … Continue reading Prayers Up, Head Down
"Come to me, all who are weary and heavy-burdened..." Anyone else looking around at our world and incredulously asking, "Really though, what is going on?!" I've been weighed down by the heaviness of it all; and I've avoided the news more than I probably should have since I want to be adequately informed. Somehow I … Continue reading Release for Peace
What if the world saw a people with peace that surpasses comprehension, an inexpressible joy, and immeasurable greatness of power in the Spirit? Herein lies the call of the Church!
Is the day finally here?! Is it already time to go?! I’ve been praying over and hoping for this since early December of last year. God’s timing is always perfect as we know...but often forget since we like to take matters into our own hands and think we know exactly when everything should happen. If … Continue reading Kenya Believe It?
I'm still in shock that my blog posts on the StudentUniverse travel blog were the most viewed for the month of January! A small monetary gift for that is trivial compared to the excitement and pride at reaching a personal dream of being an official 'travel writer'!
Thank you to everyone for clicking on the links and reading through my posts...can't wait to see where the Lord takes this-trusting Him through anything!
Our new family tradition is to choose just one word to focus on in the New Year, as opposed to a list of lofty goals usually given up on by February. I started thinking about my word for the New Year around Thanksgiving, and contemplated it while serving at the Missionaries of Charity Mother Teresa … Continue reading 2016: The Year of Sacrifice
As I hurried down the metro stairs to catch the train out of Paris, I saw the mother with her empty stroller just in time to slow down as I rounded the corner. Her little boy had almost achieved a great victory as his stubby toddler legs escalated the final step. I couldn’t help but … Continue reading When the Empire Falls
Dear Family, Friends, and curious Reader, There's no other explanation for "Why India?" than with "Because God." The series of events that led to me booking a roundtrip ticket to Calcutta, India for 3 weeks in December each point to a sovereign God. Before I get into the details of that, I want to explain … Continue reading Why India
"You don't have a soul. You are a soul. You have a body." C.S. Lewis
The waves lapped against the side of the boat, lovingly named Sea Note. 53 American students stood transfixed by the scene all around them. A cool, sea breeze was embraced with widespread arms and content hearts after a record-setting day of heat. God himself seemed to breathe out grace and love on this eclectic group brought … Continue reading Faith to Move
Endless questions from others about your upcoming travels? Or need valid reasons to book your flight and just get going? Here are my justifications why you should go and make it happen.
Now that my time as student staff at Centennial Institute, my universities' public policy think tank, is over, I have free time to pause and write out what the near future holds (as well as dreams for the far out future.) I'm currently typing this on my iPad at 38,000 feet with my best friend … Continue reading I don’t suggest this traveling schedule…