"There is impartation and blessing in stewarding the testimony through writing." -Jennifer A. Miskov I have been encouraged to testify to what the Lord has done through three months of serving in the Middle East. (For the protection of the girls involved, I am changing names and leaving out location details.) Has God ever trusted … Continue reading Middle East Miracles
How Jesus Healed My Thyroid
Jesus healed me of hypothyroidism! This is the word of my testimony of His great grace and power to heal physically and mentally!
What Message Do You Carry
Seven weeks ago I moved to Kona, Hawaii for a 6-month training and equipping season with Youth with a Mission. I am a part of the “Fire and Fragrance” school, centered around prayer and worship. Within this 330+ student school, there are ‘tracks’ to develop a specific skill to use in the nations to bridge … Continue reading What Message Do You Carry
Finishing with Excellence
Happy May Day! As you begin trading out the sweaters for t-shirts and the coats for windbreakers, may you feel the Holy Spirit clothing you in your new attire for the coming season! Perceiving with open eyes and receiving with open hands the new thing He is doing within and through me has been my experience the last few weeks … Continue reading Finishing with Excellence
I’m Savoring this One: First Published Book!
If you haven't seen the update posted to my social media pages, I have published my first book! The Lord be glorified for the completion of this work, for I needed His help every step of the way! It is a special revelation that deepens each time when I experience over and over again how … Continue reading I’m Savoring this One: First Published Book!
"Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are." - Mason Cooley It was the year of page-turning adventure with my wings being clipped for any trip too far beyond 52402. Three months out of this year (March-May), I found myself Instacart shopping for others so I'd have a reason … Continue reading Kelli Reviews…
Ever met someone who was just different? It was a flurry of introductions when the 50 of us college students landed in Tel Aviv, grabbed our bags, and loaded onto a bus. I don't remember the first moment I met John Chau, but as the 10-day trip through Israel continued, it became clear to me … Continue reading John Chau
Hope in these Times
The burning message in my heart to share is hope. As the flower that finds its way up through cracks in the concrete, this hope comes from a place of trial. We wouldn’t know the anchor of hope for our soul without being hard-pressed on all sides by trouble. From news media highlighting “the sky … Continue reading Hope in these Times
Prayers Up, Head Down
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
Letters to the Church
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!
There Is Victory
“I consider that our present sufferings are not worth comparing with the glory that will be revealed in us.” (Romans 8:18) After spending a tumultuous year abroad on the mission field, I clung to this promise from Paul’s letter to the church in Rome. “Our present sufferings” for me was the feeling of being misunderstood, … Continue reading There Is Victory
In Freedom & Confidence
It has been a whirlwind of a week, settling in to life in Nairobi! To be honest, I'm not sure how my mind hasn't imploded from stimulus overload, cultural confusion, and emotional ups and downs. Christ has been my consistent rock, and the fantastic community who have graciously welcomed me "home" keep pointing me back … Continue reading In Freedom & Confidence