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Revived, Refreshed, Renewed. Project Searchlight

After having returned from the World Race life has been... well, interesting to say the least. The time between coming home and project search light has been some of the hardest yet pivotal season I've ever walked through with Jesus. Which, for those of you that don't know what Project Searchlight is, it is a time where all the squads that launched with me come together and basically unpack everything from the past year up until this point. So with that, The race was great. It was obviously life

Project Searchlight

    About a month after you get home from the race, alumni racers are invited to come back to Adventures in Missions to debrief the race and being home, but y'all it has been SO much more than that.       In the past 6ish weeks I've been home, I feel like I've gone through the whole gamut of emotions and feels. However, the past three weeks had been particularly hard, but I didn't even realize it! Somehow the first three weeks of transition that were really great a

Dry Bones Danced -PSL

I didn't realize how dry I was. I didn't realize how my spirit was calling out for water, thirsty for more.  After 7 weeks home, I thought I was doing ok spiritually. My quiet times had continued since the race, and I was going to church. I came to Project Searchlight excited to see my squad, my family, but thought spiritually I was fine. Then the music started, my feet ached to move. But in the last 7 weeks they had become stagnant. My feet forgot the steady dance of worship, of life liv