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With Mother’s day just over a week away here in the U.S., Australia and New Zealand, it is a good time to think about how we honour our mothers at this season. I know that it is a little late for for those of you in the U.K. where mothering Sunday is on the 4th Sunday of […]

When Team Changes Make You Cry

We've known since Zimbabwe this was coming. It's been on the tips of everyone's tongues and the backs of our minds. Not really something to dwell upon but still there. Team changes.It was confirmed just before debrief a week ago. "Okay this is coming. I'm gonna be okay. Wherever God puts me is good.""Oh no, this is happening. What the heck, I finally, truly love and trust my team and have gotten to deep points with each person! No, no, no!"*deep breath* "It's gonna be okay God has taug

I <3 New York!

I am writing this blog from the plane that just took off from NYC. (This is being posted a month after writing...Internet in India=non-existent) After 3 months of ministry in South America, I got to spend about 15 hours in my home state during a layover in route to India. It was not easy being that close to home after being so far away for the past 3 months. I have been homesick since the start of the Race and I'm pretty sure it won't go away until the day I get back, which is pretty awesome!