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Jesus showed up in a coffeeshop

Today marks the seventeenth day of my World Race and, wow, what an incredible ride it has been already. We are currently in Uganda and for the last two weeks we’ve been training and preparing for the work we will be doing over the course of the race. We’ve expanded our definition of what it means to worship in all aspects of our lives, learned about living a life of ministry vs. a life of compartmentalized boxes, and stepping into the freedom that God has given us by breaking down t

God's Sovereignty in Our Suffering

We as Christians believe many things about God. We believe him to be loving, just, good, understanding, gracious, kind, and occasionally jealous, wrathful, and condemning. But there is one of his traits that I have in the last few months become fascinated with, and that is his sovereignty. For those of you that don’t know exactly what that word means, it is for something to have supreme power and authority over something else, which in this case is God having supreme power and authority ov

God's Sovereignty in a World of Suffering

We as Christians believe many things about God. We believe him to be loving, just, good, understanding, gracious, kind, and occasionally jealous, wrathful, and condemning. But there is one of his traits that I have in the last few months become fascinated with, and that is his sovereignty. For those of you that don’t know exactly what that word means, it is for something to have supreme power and authority over something else, which in this case is God having supreme power and authority ov

Lessons From a Cambodian Prison, Part 1: Freedom

  Hannah walks ahead, and I step across the threshold into the prison complex. She’s been here before to teach English to a group of inmates who are up for release in a few years, but this is my first time. I don’t know if you call it a vision, but as I walk in, there’s a picture in my head. Jesus is standing outside a cell, and I walk past him, go into the cell, close the door with the iron bars, and sit down. He’s looking at me, clearly confused. And I just sit th

A Heart for India

Namaste!  I don’t even know where to begin with writing my first update about India so I will just dive right in and hope that my words can reflect all that God is doing! At first, our team Ahava Chara was supposed to be in Nalgonda, church planting with two other teams, however, our first day into being in Hyderabad, our leadership team let us know that our team was headed to Ongole, India to partner in village ministry. Flexibility was a word God specifically laid on my heart dur