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Wear Your Support

  I am excited to announce that my T-shirt is available for purchase. By purchasing a shirt, you are partnering with me in advancing the gospel to the nations through my World Race journey. This shirt perfectly captures my testimony of surrender. The white flag represents my journey of laying down my own plans and trusting Jesus. Inside the flag you’ll see a “greater than” symbol which represents my life verse: “He must become greater; I must become less

Litany for Fat Tuesday

by Fran Pratt God, We revel in your expansive grace; We bask in your boundless love; We delight in the excess of your blessings to us. As Christ turned water to wine at Cana, So You are spreading out a bountiful feast for Your people. We acknowledge that your kingdom is always expanding always welcoming […]

Thirty.Network Raising Asian American Pastors

Last week was the inaugural gathering of the Thirty.Network and I’m in awe and amazed at how it came together. There is so much I want to say about it, and I have, in bits and pieces with a handful of people in the afterglow. I really want to check-in with my blog before getting carried away by the other ebbs and flows of life. 

Thirty.Network gathered 30 Asian American pastors and ministry directors in their 30s (and under) for 30 hours of  conversations about life and ministry towards shaping the next 30 years.

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Trekking to a Nepalese Mountain Village {Part Two}

As part of ministry in Nepal, we trekked to a remote mountain village called Dungdunge where we spent four days helping build a school. Before it was built, children were dying trying to cross the river on their way to school. This is the second in a two part series on my thoughts and lessons from a week in the mountains. Part Two is a better explanation of what I learned about God and myself from hiking, camping, and doing manual labor for a week. Check out Part One here.______________________

Lead Me, Oh Lord

Hey everyone! It’s been a while since my last blog. This blog is going to highlight my first month in South Africa, and all the wild and crazy times I had. First, here is my Thailand Highlight Video!!! Hope you enjoy!! My first month in South Africa was very rough. After our 12 hour plane ride from Thailand to Qatar and Qatar to Johannesburg, we stayed in Johannesburg for the night. While staying at our hostel, I started to feel very sick and nauseous. As I hopped on a 20 hour bus ride

Heartbroken Habakkuk

Surrounds me is human cruelty. Since when we did humans start loving material things over living things? I cry out to you the hopelessness of this world. Why do people adore money and use people? Why will we do anything for money? I see people mistreating one another, themselves and animals. Why do they want to bow down in idols of themselves rather than to submit to you?  Don’t they know that your love is worth more than any parchment and public praise can offer? My heart is broken o

14 things I learned in PSJ,South Africa

Having a 6 hour taxi ride to debrief, a time of rest and spiritual formation we do as a squad, gave me a lot of time to think and reflect on the past month I had. Just thinking about what I did, saw, and encountered makes me just sit in awe at what I am a part of. The only way I can get all the info out will be to do it in a list format. •played with kids and congratulated then as they crossed a finish line •taught high school geography •talked about America politics (because

English in Cambodia

Hello all!  I wanted to send a quick update on where I am, how I am and what I’m doing.  I am with team ‘Meraki’ in Kampong Speu, Cambodia! We are living and working at a Christian English school called Home of Faith, Hope, and Love. The school was started by a Christian Cambodian couple whose hearts are to see all of Cambodia come to Christ.  They started this school in a small village, where English is not very prevalent.  The Cambodian government recen

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