Although being sent home devastated me, I see God’s plan in it. The timing was perfect for where I am now. The issues I experienced on the Race are the topics our world is now speaking up about. I have a story to tell about the church’s failure in this area and I will. Ultimately, what needs to be known is that we cannot love the people of Africa and treat them with the utmost respect, but fail to do the same with the people who look just like them in America.
Argentina was hard! We were “suspended” from ministry and this was when a lot of things began to go downhill for me regarding my team. It was also when I more vividly began to see the issues within the World Race organization as a whole. It was such a blessing to come across a now popular book. Click to read more!
Hi, Lovelies! We did not get to go to Bolivia during Month 2, so we remained in Peru but were involved with a different ministry. During our…… Read more “Stop Doing This: Lima, Peru”
Grief is not just about the loss of a loved one; it’s simply about loss. It’s the loss of a person, relationship, hope, want, plan desire, or whatever else we’ve conjured up in our heads that we thought should have happened. It’s anytime we say “It wasn’t supposed to go this way.”
The Lord sees the hurt, He sees the wrong, He sees the injustice, He sees the tears, and He sees the struggles.
Hey guys! I’m back with another video on the things I think are useful to know if you’re considering going on The World Race. Watch the video…… Read more “Month 3 on The World Race – Useful Tips”
We have officially left Argentina and are currently en route to Lomé, Togo. Argentina was an “all squad” month meaning all the teams/everyone on our particular squad were in the same location. My introverted self DREADED this month. Yet, I was appreciative to spend time with others and share our struggles as well as joys.
I understand what the wise say when they declare the older you get the less you speak. The older you get, the more you realize how little words are actually necessary for much of life. My prayer is that I live in a constant state of trusting the Lord in all affliction.
As we approach this Holiday season, I want to remind you to see people. Really see people. That’s part of what this blog is about. I am a couple weeks behind when it comes to updates simply because there is so much the Lord is doing and giving us the opportunity for that happens before I get the time and space to write.
I think the lesson is that too often we focus on what we can’t do or how we can’t be used. But what is it you can do? How can that be used for God’s glory?