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Is Your Faith Riddled with Doubt

This morning I am looking out my window on our first cloudy day for quite a while. Like most people, I love sunshine and relish the long cloudless days that are often part of summer even here in the Pacific Northwest. But even more than that, I love the sunshine that radiates through the clouds, and(...)

We Are Awake


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Ed Young to Preach a Series on “Drones”

HT: Medium.com

Ed Young is an excellent communicator. His theology is terrible most of the time, but he’s got skills.

His skills led him to make the following promo video for an upcoming series………

What is your take? Bad use of metaphor? This is the same pastor who celebrated the “greatest sniper in US History.”

Thank You Thank You Thank You – Our Kickstarter Campaign Was A Success

I think that the title of this post says it all. It’s time to dance and sing and clap your hands. Together we have done it! I just wanted to extend a big thank you for those of you who contributed to our kickstarter campaign. Our target was $5,000 and we raised $5,300.  Hopefully we will(...)

Stranded in the Jungle

Today I had my final day of ministry and said my final goodbyes to the kids in my class. It was heart-wrenching, knowing that I would never again see the smiles faces that have been the heart and soul of the last month of my life here in Peru. Looking forward to next month keeps my heart pumped full of fresh hope for what is to come. Next week marks the beginning of Month 3: Ecuador! My team will be in Huaticocha, Ecuador. It is about five hours east of Quito in the amazon region...aka the JUNGL

Funding Status

As I prepare to step into month three on this amazing journey, I am so excited to be able to share with you all of the amazing things The Lord has done in and around me! Through teaching in schools, hospital visits, prison outreach, door-to-door outreach, church services, manual labor, office work, VBS, kids ministry, and so much more, we have seen lives saved, healed, and delivered! It has been an amazing two months of watching The Lord work in the lives of his children all around the world. It

Countdown? More like MELTDOWN.

So officially 8 days left until I launch. Wait, WHAT?! (cue deep breath immediately followed by silent but total mental breakdown & emotional freeze-up)   I would say that the above about sums up my internal status for the past few days. It keeps re-hitting me that my time left here is rapidly decreasing and IT is coming up closer and closer, looking bigger and bigger. And I try to deny it, because I apparently love living like a fool ostrich (bury my head in the sand and pretend it

Painted Walls and Spotted Floors

Month 2 of the World Race has quickly coming to an end, and tomorrow my team and I will head to Quito, Ecuador. As I pack my backpack and prepare for yet another long bus ride I can’t help but wonder, “Where did the time go?” Hours turned into days, and days into weeks, and the month is over in the blink of an eye. It feels like just yesterday we drove through Trujillo, Peru in awe of the people and the culture and the mountains and the beach; and now as I get ready to leave, I

Storm Before the Calm

I’m ready. I’m ready to get this show on the road. Literally, I’m ready to get on the road and head back to good ol’ Georgia. I’m ready to see the faces that I’ve missed for the past five weeks. I’m ready to be back with the people that make me feel alive. I’m ready to dive into this new life. I’m ready for the heart wrenching moments. I’m ready to learn more about a love so fierce that it shatters and mends all at once. I’m ready

Breaking Through

When you're living a nice comfortable life in the States, it is easy to push aside all of the stuff within yourself that isn't all that pretty. You can doll yourself up with pretty makeup and fancy clothes and keep the stone within your heart safely manicured and guarded. At least that is how it was for me. I never realized that my heart was actually fully of selfish motives and cowardice instead of courage. This month, Month 2, of my race was great. Ministry was really good, and I loved getting

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