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True Levelers – Eradication of World Poverty Day

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by Keren Dibbens-Wyatt “Every valley shall be raised up, every mountain and hill made low; the rough ground shall become level, the rugged places a plain.” Isaiah 40:4 The fellowship of the early Church were socialists, if not communists, and for some reason the modern Church finds this shocking or even scandalous. But community, sharing, […]

Cultivating Pathways of Shalom – the Outward Journey

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Andy Wade – “Never again!” God had touched her heart and mind to move toward radical-shalom action. A year earlier a young man had died of exposure on the streets of our community, and this local pastor couldn’t stand to see it happen even one more time. That was the beginning of the Hood River […]

It's Not About You

Earlier this month, my squad leader, Crystal, and I were sitting on a park bench in one of my favorite little parks in the cute town of Svishtov, Bulgaria. This park in particular is one of my favorites because as you walk through you can watch the yellow and red leaves fall from the tall trees above and gracefully hit in the ground. It reminds me of sitting at coffee shops in Fort Collins watching the leaves fall! As Crystal and I were talking, I asked her what her greatest piece of advice is

11 Things: Chile

Well, another month has passed. I know it hasn’t been an actual physical month, but another country and ‘month’ on the race. Santiago, Chile was an awesome experience filled with so many great people and cultural experiences. Here’s a few things from the month.   1. Santiago is a melting pot with so many different people.  It was difficult to tell who were locals and actually from Santiago because it was such a melting pot of so many cultures. So many differe

One night I went clubbing in Nepal

Imagine being in a small room, filled with fog, blinking colorful lights and girls who are dancing with blank faces all around you. That was what ministry was the other night while going out and witnessing to people at all the different dance bars in Themal. Nepal. As we walked into the first club that night my mind went flashing back to the days of entering a club, ready to find a way to escape life. As we went and sat down in the booth and order our sodas, I couldn’t help but to laugh at