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Questions To Ask Your Racer

I’ll be home in 2 DAYS! Can you believe how quickly time has gone by? I’ve traveled to 17 countries, (if I’m counting correctly) I’ve seen the world, I’ve seen the Lord move in ways I’ve never experienced, and I have lots of stories to tell. In all of this, as people I love, and people that I know love and care about me, I ask that you please help me to re-enter into life back in America well. This can be as easy as just simple conversation. When I get home, p

How to Sum Up a Year: Questions to Ask Me

I’m coming home soon. In 2 days, I’ll be on American soil. I’ve learned a lot. I’ve been to a lot of countries. I have stories to tell. And while it may be easy to ask, “How was the Race” or, “How was your experience” when you see me, please don't; that is not an easy question for me to answer. It’s the equivalent of me asking you how the year of 2017 was for you. It’s impossible to summarize a year’s worth of experiences into a c

There is VICTORY!

Victory is Here in R O M A N I A! My entire squad and I have been here in Romania for about a week now! There are so many needs to be met here in Draganesti-Olt. Sometimes days are too long and I feel so exhausted and overwhelmed. Other days I feel like I can go forever. But one thing that I have been constantly reminded of is that we have VICTORY everyday with the Lord. The place where we are doing ministry is called "the graveyard" because many missionaries come and then lose their faith or

the end of an era?

FEELS. That's the word I would use to describe my current state. I'm sitting in a coffeeshop in Durban, South Africa in the second to last day of our FINAL debrief here all together. We've been reminiscing together about what's been good and hard and beautiful, celebrating ALL that God has done in and through us, and savoring these precious moments here that we have all together as a squad, which will probably never happen again with all 50 of us this side of heaven.  I am enveloped in e