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I said YES!

It is amazing what happens when obedience to the Lord and limited expectations/fears bring an unimaginable new chapter to life. Here's MY story: I returned to the United States from the World Race on November 20th, 2016. My family surprised me at the LA airport, and we spent Thanksgiving week traveling the west coast (including a stop at the Grand Canyon). After returning home to GA, I spent a lot of that time catching up with friends, and staying the night with extended family. We were renov

Time in Prison

Standing outside the walls, all sort of emotions filled me. What was I getting myself into? We sat outside the prison for what seamed like a year. Could we not just go in and get this over with? After all, prison ministry was not something that I was excited for. I think I was traumatised as a young kid when my family went on a field trip to the prison (Sorry mom). So sitting there, waiting to go into the first offence prison in Africa was not my favourite moment on the race.  Thankfully

The Lord is oh, so Sweet.

Hi friends and family!   Here is an update of my time in Africa... At the end of our month four in Africa, we traveled as a team of six girls to Jinja, Africa. We were meeting up with the whole squad to have month four debrief. This is a time to see everyone, our mentor and coaches fly in, and they give us "words of wisdom" and messages to pour into us. We also get some time to relax from ministry, and enjoy each others company. The last day we always get to have an adventure day too. I