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Now is All We Have

Kristen Leigh Kludt — Advent is a season of anticipation, of waiting in the mess of now for the joy, blessing and healing to come. I feel the anticipation in my bones. A child grows within me, his or her movements stronger and more pronounced with every passing day. One day soon, in a glorious […]

Mark

Immediately upon arriving at our host’s home, we met a sweet little boy named Mark. Though he owned pants, he didn’t like to wear them. He lived across with street wth grandma (or “auntie”) and his younger brother. Dad came home late and left early every day. But where was mom?? A year ago, mom and dad had been regular attenders at our host’s church and had even gotten baptized. However, the spirit of hopelessness sat heavy on their hearts and home. Upward mo

The World Turned Upside Down- Battle of Yorktown

I think the title for this blog is appropriate because it encompasses both aspects of my life and possibly squad life for this week in the micro and macro realm.  One being, I’m learning a few things about what I have to surrender and the other being how I’m reminded that the gospel turns everything upside down.  The theme of surrender is starting to hit home for me because God working into areas of my life where I’m not letting him operate.  I had to deal with s