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Life Around The Table

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What three better things to combine... food, fun, and friends. Community is sooo important to me. Over the course of my 9 months on the Race, I’ve lived community 24/7. I’ve shared a bathroom with 6 other girls. I’ve had no personal space, whatsoever. I’ve had deep...

When God Shows Up In Mighty Ways

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Parent Vision Trip - through the eyes of my momma: I never dreamed Rwanda would steal a piece of my heart. I had a lot of anxiety and anticipation of the Parent Vision trip, but God showed up in mighty ways. I could not believe after 7 months that I got to finally wrap my arms around my...

Keep Trekking On

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Keep your eyes on Jesus! Friends, this world we are living in is fighting for our eyes... and the devil ain’t no fool. He knows if he can get our eyes off Jesus, he has a better chance of getting us off course. He has a better chance of getting us to quit the race that is set before...

Battle of the Blankets

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I love to sleep. If you know me, you know I love my bed just as much as I love my food. I love sleeping with at least two pillows so it doesn’t feel like the bed is empty. I don’t like sleeping with a sheet because I feel too confined and it’s unsafe (my logic... I need to be...

Wonder 119

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Back in Vietnam my squad and I wrote our own version of Psalm 119. Each verse in Psalm 119 starts with a letter in the Hebrew alphabet. We followed the same pattern with our alphabet. Each team has their own “chapter” that they were responsible for writing. It is a bit long, but I...

When Love Hurts

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There is a price to pay when it comes to love. Love is costly. It can leave your heart in a million pieces. It can leave your heart all around the world.This month while in Ethiopia, the Lord taught me a lot about sacrificial love and how it truly changes everything. He taught me about love...

Freedom in the Sky

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Rising above the city's skyline and up above the buildings, the blue sky is dotted with colorful kites. Each one having their own story. Each one having their own spot in the sky. As I sat on the roof gazing out over the beautiful sight, God spoke. He used the kites in the sky to speak directly...

Reckless Abandon

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a-ban-don v. ---- 1. to leave completely and finally; forsake utterly.  2. to give up the control of.  3. to yield (oneself) without restraint or moderation.  4. to surrender one's claim to, right to, or interest in. 5. to give up entirely. Abandonment, I have never been good at...

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