As you may, or may not, know, I’m a bit of a misfit. Wherever I go I tend to do the opposite of what others do to fit in. I don’t misbehave on purpose – it’s a special talent that I possess. This talent has been cultivated through years of shifting between cultures. It beganContinue reading “Who Does That?”
Loving Your Children Means Leading Them to Risk Everything – Broken Missiology https://brokenmissiology.com/2017/05/08/loving-your-children-means-leading-them-to-risk-everything/
Originally posted on Broken Missiology:
The following is an excerpt from The Upstream Collective‘s ebook, Receiving Sent Ones During Reentry: The Challenges of Returning “Home” and How Churches Can Help. Used with permission. ? ? ? ? Furlough. Evacuation. Resignation. Illness. Retirement. That’s a short list of reasons Larry and Sarah Jenkins* returned from overseas. I have known them…
I am guilty of being surprised or even ungrateful when God sends blessings and answers to prayer time and again and I continue to accuse Him of not hearing my cries for help.
Have you ever wondered how someone could question your motives? Felt as if all you do is spend your time trying to prove yourself?
The story of Martin and Katie Luther is a must read. Enjoy! https://markdriscoll.org/the-amazing-love-story-of-martin-and-katherine-luther/
Originally posted on The Cultural Misfit:
I originally wrote this two years ago and it feels like yesterday. I am still missing Matthew. _________________ I wasn’t expecting this today. It’s New Year’s day, 2015. My little one is 7 and has been getting over a tummy bug so I kept her home today and spent…
December, in our part of Africa, brings with it not only Christmas and the end of the year, but also the advent of the rainy season. For months the landscape is dry, dusty, brown, showing little to no signs of life. There are no crops growing in the fields during the dry season; it isContinue reading “Rainy Season”
I’m a sojourner, a pilgrim of sorts