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FUN Raising

When I was young I used to think that fundraising was spelled "fun-raising" because of all the fun things that we would do to raise funds. As I got older and realized that it was actually spelled FUNDraising it wasn't so fun to ask for money. In the spirit of keeping things fun I wanted to let you know of a few ways I am still raising funds for my world race.   T-Shirt Sales. I am selling t-shirts and sweatshirts for $20 and $35 respectively. If you are interested in purchasing one to sup

A Heart For the Nations

Hello everyone! I'm so excited to finally announce my T-Shirt fundraiser! The design was envisioned by myself, and hand-drawn by my super talented dad! You definitely need one of these tees! All of your kids need one! The old lady down the street and all her cats need one! Everyone needs one!       So, what’s up with the design?   When I was drawing up the blueprints for this T-shirt I wanted the design I chose to be much more than a cozy advertisement. I wa

Compassion

"Compassion is doing what is needed to help the hurts of others." This past weekend we helped the Life Skills children make oral reports on compassion. Over the past few weeks the kids have been learning about elephants and compassion separately and now they get to pair them together in an oral report. Next Friday they will be presenting their reports and it will be exciting to hear how they explain compassion and what it looks like in their own lives. We may not be able to openly share Jesus

My rock, My Fortress, My Deliverer

An unedited, journaled time of prayer through 2 Samuel 22 written March 17th, 2017 at Camp Naue, Hanalei, Hawaii. Grammatical errors and inconsistencies included. v. 1-2 The LORD is my rock, my fortress, my deliverer Rock - What does it mean for You to be my rock? You are always there - solid, dependable, trustworthy. When I call, You answer - You are listening, and I can trust in that. In the shifting world, things are fleeting, but You always remain true. In distress, in worry, under b

I Don't Need A Story

I am able to say, " I don't need a story" when the approval that I seek is not based on what I do but who I am as a daughter. We all seek approval and valadation from someone, and I am going to try my best to be vulnerable and share what God has been showing me. Last month in Thailand we were able to focus a lot on being in a healthy place and finding our identity in our Father and who we are as daughters. I was reading the book, Sonship by James Jordan, when I came across the part where he e