A life blog about finding meaning in the mundane.
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Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda
Three months. I haven't made a blog post in three months. That's how much time I've needed to be still, be silent, and be a listener. And...
I've been reading through the Psalms, and they aren't noisy. They've stopped me dead in my tracks and given me hope, comfort, peace, and joy
I am certain that I will see the Lord's goodness in the land of the living. Wait for the Lord; be strong and courageous. Wait for the Lord.
In January, I felt led for the first time ever to choose a defining word for the year, to keep me focused on my walk with the Lord.
Whatever the reason behind it, this is what I want to say to the people who think that they are not enough.
It's interesting, how change can happen in so many different ways.
I thought I would share a story about one of my friends, Laban, that I wrote in September. The world needs to know about kingdom changers!
I don't think I've ever shared why I became interested in missions in the first place.
"Today matters to eternity."
"Suffering means being cut off from God. Therefore, those who live in communion with Him cannot really suffer."
This photo. This photo is a visible representation of how I feel in these first days of 2020.
"Then our mouth was filled with laughter, and our tongue with shouts of joy; then it was said among the nations, the Lord has done great...
As I come to the conclusion of my four months here in Uganda, it's difficult for me to put into words what this experience has meant to me.
I think we put so much pressure on ourselves to craft the perfect Christmas that we forget how to celebrate the true joy of the season.
From the moment that our little boat nudged into the shore of Buvuma Island, I could tell that something was different.
Gloria ran her fingers down the freshly painted walls of her new bedroom, knowing that she had found refuge at last.
It's taken me awhile to find the words to share about my experience at the different refugee settlements I visited two weeks ago.
"I want to give God the best words that I can possibly think of."
Somewhere amidst all the chaos, I've been reading a book by Helen Roseveare called "Living Faith." It's all about asking God to stir us.