An Open Apology

It’s funny how you don’t realize some things until you’re actually in it. I’m the first to believe you don’t force your culture on someone else. I am in South America and they speak Spanish. I need to speak Spanish, but that doesn’t mean I don’t get EXCITED when I begin my broken Spanish and someone asks, “You speak English? I do, too. You can speak English.” **sigh of relief**

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The Missionaries of Chuquibambilla

In my last post, I shared with you a troubling situation in the village of Chuquibambilla. In this post, you get to meet and hear the hearts of the two missionaries, Pablo and Belen, who have decided to call the jungle their home in order to bring Christ to all peoples.

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Yes. Periodt: When Following the Lord Means Giving Up Your Plans

If we’re honest, following the Lord is not always “easy” or “fun.” It is definitely fulfilling and worth it, but it does call for sacrifice. Jesus said it himself, “If anyone would be my disciple, they must deny themselves, take up their cross, and follow me.”

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Wow, That’s a Lot!

We don’t live in a world where everyone is trustworthy. We don’t live in a world where we are all without sin. But we do live in a world where God is good. We live in a world where our ultimate Judge is the Lord. We live in a world where He sees the heart and motive of the giver regardless of the action of the receiver. 

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What Training Camp Taught Me (Pt. 1)

I’ve believed in healing, but I’ve never seen it in person, so I’ve always thought any healing on TV was fake and hoaxed. I vowed if my leg wasn’t healed, I wasn’t going to say it was and pretend something happened that didn’t.

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Angels in the Airport

You ever wish you could pocket prayers? You know the prayers that are so needed that you could play them again and again for encouragement? Well, that’s how I felt when Daisy prayed for me.

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