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God Answering Our Prayers? The Great Commission and Radical Hospitality

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By Elizabeth Turman — “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am […]

Woah God is Good

Sometimes it hits me... God is good. Not fields of sunflowers on a sunny day kind of good. Not even listening to country music while driving on back roads with the windows down in July kind of good. Not even the good you feel after getting off the plane in Seattle after spending 10 days in the awful Georgia humidity. He's the kind of good that makes you drop to your knees because you can't even comprehend the kind of good He is. Training camp was hard, emotionally, mentally and spiritually. It

Money is Funny -- God is Faithful

Money is funny, isn't it? // Put your money where your mouth is // My treat // You buyin'? // Time is money // How much? // Can't afford it // Turning a profit // Cash money // Donate // Too expensive // Making it rain // Saving my pennies // I'm not made of money // // Bottom line // _____________________________________________________________________ The bottom line is...we LOVE money and it makes us act funny. I've never fundraised before in my life. The thought of asking folks for mone

A Letter From a Stranger

During Training Camp, my squad mentor Kate handed out letters to certain people from the squad she was currently mentoring. She told us she gave them our names, and if God called them to write to us they would. Well during camp I received a letter from a girl named Nora.  In the letter Nora gave me a word: Steadfast.  She also gave me a verse:  "He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak. Even youths grow tired and weary, and young men 

We Built a Rockwall

Last week we spent 5 days at a campsite in a city, about an hour away from Negotino, flattening out land and building a wall of rocks. This wall, being about 3 feet high, lined a canal the ran along the outside of the camp and provided irrigation to the surrounding fields. The first day the guys on our team built a swing set, while the rest of us dug up dirt, weeds, moved rocks, and found a turtle friend. Here's the swing set the guys built.              &nbs