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VIDEO: Team Manna

Here's a video of Team Manna and the experiences we had together in Mozambique! 

VIDEO: Team Manna

Here's a video of Team Manna and our experiences together in Mozambique! 

VIDEO: Team Manna

Here's a video about Team Manna and our experiences together in Mozambique! 

VIDEO: Team Manna

Here's a video about Team Manna and our experiences together in Mozambique! 

VIDEO: Team Manna

Here's a video about Team Manna and our experiences together in Mozambique! 

Happy Feet

The kids here love to dance and showed us how they do here in Rwanda. This is the second time they've danced for us and I got to capture it on video! They take turns going by grade...although you can see that the little ones join in almost every time. My heart is filled with so much joy and I can't stop smiling when I watch these little angels! Sorry for the shakiness and blur...I'm still learning to use the video setting of my camera.  

VIDEO: Team Manna

Here's a video about Team Manna and our experiences together in Mozambique! 

The Day I Couldn't See the Sunrise.

Going into Africa, the Lord gave me the phrase to dwell in the fullness of my presence. In Zambia that looked like a season of silence. Where I received the words stay and wait, sit and rest from my mentor and learned how to quiet my spirit to align it with His. I learned how to hope. I learned how to receive grace. In Botswana it looked like recognizing my fullness in the Father’s. Wherein I wrote a list of all things He says I pour out, and it wasn’t until the end of that list tha

My Heart is in Zim...

yMy heart is in Zimbabwe. I love the culture, the atmosphere, the people, and their overall perspective on life. I want to experience and see more of how you've captivated the hearts of those who live here and are willing to be bold in their culture and bring others into that. It's not just a show to speak the NDebele language- it's actually quite beautiful and I'm in love with it and them! Psalm 119:76 May your unfailing love be my comfort, according to your promise to your servant. Here's a

Caution! Lent Can Be Habit Forming

Andy Wade —   The humble Lenten Rose – not a rose at all but a hellebore – among the earliest flowering plants in the northern garden, often bursting through the dirt and unfurling its petals as the season of Lent approaches.  As early as 1400 BCE the non-toxic varieties were used to “cleanse the […]

Courage is not the Absence of Fear

  The other day I was sitting in the passenger seat of the car at a red light. I looked to my left and focused on the face of someone I dearly love and wondered what it would be like to not see that face for almost a year. The thought made my heart ache, and just for a brief second I wondered if I was brave enough to leave those I love in pursuit of those that God loves. I think it was in this moment that I realized that I am a little scared to go

Mozambique Part 2

  Hmm… where did I leave off?     Oh, yes, my last blog I spoke about our stay in Guija, Mozambique.      Let’s continue shall we.     We were told by our host that much of the nuclear family in Guija is dismantled and broken. Many families here struggle to make ends meet and need to find other ways to provide for their children. Many of them travel to South Africa for work. Sadly, many of them do not return, and their children a

Red Lights

Who knew that waiting for the adventure of a lifetime would be so hard? Yes, when I signed up for the World Race I realized that I had virtually 3/4ths of a year until I finally got on the plane, but I had no idea how long these months were going to feel… and it's only been two so far. God has been teaching me a lesson lately that no one really wants to hear, and that is patience. Whether that was in my devotion times where I just longed to feel his presence, during frustrating conflicts

The Real World(race)

Wanna know a secret? There’s a LOT more to the World Race than cool Instagram posts and inspiring blogs. It’s hard and messy sometimes too (often). Surprise!   Okay but seriously, I feel as though I’m doing a disservice to you if I don’t tell you the whole story. Yes, the race is incredible. I’ve witnessed miraculous healings. I’ve seen demons cast out in the name of Jesus. I’ve flown around Mount Everest. I’ve evangelized in countries where

Welcome To Zion

I am in a new country, new town, have a new team, and ministry. But here’s a little bit about the group of girls I now live with: There is Emily who is our team leader. She is full of humility and peace. And both radiate her as she leads us with a stillness that has authority. She also is very ear to mouth with God, he tells her something and she speaks it out. There is Libby who reminds me of the voice shouting in the wilderness preparing way for the Lord. She not only speaks truth into
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