When we arrive to Mae Bear’s house, I am surprised by how many people are there already. I notice right away that people from at least three different villages are already here. We open the door and begin walking towards Mae Bear’s house. Many people start coming out and began to wai us (say ‘why’). … More A Holy Moment
We’re two weeks into the new year, and looking back at all that 2018 brought us, I’m in awe of God’s goodness and faithfulness. Never in a million years would I have imagined my life as it is, but I know saying yes to Him has been the best ride of my life; and this … More A year in review: 2018
Do we really want more of God, and are we willing to pay any price to encounter Him in new, powerful, life-changing and world-changing ways? I think we all need to ask ourselves this question. This has been burning within my heart for weeks now, and I want to challenge you guys to seek out … More Is Jesus worth it?
As the council considered the massive Persian army nearing their land, they hesitated in fear to face the largest military campaign in the world. The Spartan King, Leonidas, knew that it was necessary to face this army no matter what, because cowardice was not an option. He did face that army with 300 men, and … More Restoring Honor in the Church
What if what we know to be church is missing the mark? Check out this description of the church in Acts 2:42-47 “They devoted themselves to the apostles’ teaching and to fellowship, to the breaking of bread and to prayer. Everyone was filled with awe at the many wonders and signs performed by the apostles. … More What if church isn’t enough?
Like every week day morning, I eat breakfast and start getting all of my things together as I prepare to head to my language class. I grab my phone while walking out the door and I notice there is a new message. I open it to see that it’s from the owner of my language … More A city of the sent