today was hard for me maybe today was hard for you i feel as if there are endless dark caverns in my soul that hold so much question and pain where does the light go on days like this? the sun is still there, somewhere the deepest parts of me seem to speak on days … Continue reading even when it hurts
what does one night mean? another chance? to laugh, to feel, to cry, to drink in all the colors and sounds around you. another chance to listen. listen now to your breath and the words that echo still in your heart. do you hear life or death in the deepest parts of yourself? … Continue reading one night, one day (12/7/2017)
But God, being rich in mercy, because of the great love with which he loved us, even when we were dead in our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ” (Ephesians 2:4-5). This is Christmas. This is life. This is where I find myself. In the dirt and the fear and confusion of this world. … Continue reading But, God.
After nearly two years in missions, God has called me to return to the United States for a season! In order to move forward and press further into His calling, He is calling me to take time to grow and to be even more refined by His love. I feel such a strong call to … Continue reading new season
Hello, family! Here we are nearing the close of April. So much has happened in a short amount of time. My ministry team, Worship For the Nations, is growing constantly in numbers and also in opportunities to serve. Every three months, our leaders listen to God and hear what He wants our schedule to look … Continue reading another april update
In the same sense a mother is drawn by the cry of her child He comes. It’s the skinned knee that preludes the gentle bandaging. True, the broken times are not the only times this occurs. Rather, it is important to note when one is surrounded by a broken moment that there is always a … Continue reading everywhere pain // everywhere grace
Past. Continent hopping is apparently what I do best! I spent two and a half weeks on “holiday” at the end of December in the United States. Two days en route. Seven days in Charleston with my family. Five days in Colorado. Two days back across the Pacific to Perth. A time to be with … Continue reading the first (january newsletter)