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Prayers for the Journey

I have had so much to share over the last few months that I have not had time or space to post some of the prayers I have written for the Light for the Journey Facebook page. So here are a few of the most popular from the last month that have not appeared as(...)

Lists from India

Our month in India is almost up so here are my #11in11:

11 things I ate:

1. Naan 2. Chapati 2. Chicken Curry 4. Sour curd (I added honey to make it more like sweet Greek yogurt) 5. Julab guman - donut type things 6. Dahl - chopped or mashed up veggies 7. White rice 8. Mutton 9. Bananas 10. Guava 11. Tameric  rice

11 things I did:

1. Went to the Bay of Bengal 2. Found out I'm allergic to curry leaf - no clue the real name 3. Anointed people with oil and prayed ove

Sweet Surrender

God of mercy, sweet love of mine I have surrendered to your design. May this offering stretch across the skies, these hallelujahs multiplied.

  This song gets me every time I hear it. Maybe because it's one of the many songs that keeps me both motivated and encouraged on this adventure I'm on. Honestly I don't know. What I do know is surrendering to Gods design for your life isn't always easy, but I'm learning that walking in the place of surrender is an awesome place to be in, its