“Walk Through the Narrow Door” – Balance Between Now and Then

This theme is a rather unusual one. But, perhaps that’s what makes it great. Welcome back to the next installment of my monthly theme posts, which you can find the rest of here. My theme for April was “Walk Through the Narrow Door.” What do I mean by that, you ask? I picked this themeContinue reading ““Walk Through the Narrow Door” – Balance Between Now and Then”

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My (Updated) Testimony

In 2001, my older sister came home from Guatemala. In 2003, my older brother – her biological brother – followed suit. My parents didn’t know that he had autism and down syndrome. That wouldn’t be discovered for another few years. Closer to the time I was born, in April 2006. Because of my brother’s specialContinue reading “My (Updated) Testimony”

Conviction – My Love-Hate Relationship with Humility

Does anybody else just hate it when another person calls you out on something? There’s always that innate pullback – that inner reflex that pushes away conviction. This instinct of ours makes it easy for us to shove aside our flaws for the sake of pride. This trade-off is not a healthy one. If you’reContinue reading “Conviction – My Love-Hate Relationship with Humility”

Spotlight: “He Walks Among Us”

A few days ago, I finished reading through “He Walks Among Us: Encounters with Christ in a Broken World” by Richard and Reneé Stearns. This book, written in a devotional format, chronicles stories and experiences of people the Stearns encountered during their work with World Vision International. I found this book incredibly inspiring. It takesContinue reading “Spotlight: “He Walks Among Us””