To be completely honest, writing this blog has been on my mind since I arrived home in May. I have sat down more than once with a fresh page thinking that I would have the right things to say, but every time I thought I was ready, one of two things would happen. (1) I … Continue reading The “Coming Home” Blog
We are entering into our last month here in Cape Verde. As of today there are four more Sundays, about eighteen days of Pepe, and one holiday (Easter) until I'm back on American soil. The thought is honestly unbelievable; it feels like I just got here yesterday and as each day passes I realize that … Continue reading His Glory and Not Our Own
Yikes! It has been way too long since I last wrote a blog. I guess I got caught up in these last few months that I was too exhausted to write (and low key avoiding it too because I had no idea what to write about). February and March are sort of a blur, and … Continue reading Update…
"After this I looked, and behold, there was a multitude that no one could number, from every nation, from all tribes and peoples and languages standing before the throne and before the lamb. They were wearing white robes and were holding palm branches in their hands. And they cried out in a loud voice; "Salvation … Continue reading Every Tribe. Every Nation.
Not too long ago I was studying the book of Luke and I came across a very popular verse: "What is impossible with man, is possible with God." (Luke 18:27) So often we use this verse in reference to overcoming obstacles, or when we're struggling to have faith, but in reality, that is not what … Continue reading Taken Out of Context
I was quite literally on top of the world his past week after climbing a Volcano. Not many people get to claim climbing a volcano on their birthday, especially their eighteenth, but by God's grace I made to the top and stumbled my way down (of course I did rip my pants...) Our trip to … Continue reading New Age and New Year
The day is winding down, the kitchen is a mess, my face is a little sunburned, the wifi refuses to act properly; I think it's safe to say I've survived my first Christmas away from home. This day has been a long time coming. Since December began, we've been rehearsing and rehearsing at PEPE for … Continue reading A White (sand beach) Christmas