Our last day in the Bahamas and how God showed up in BIG WAYS!Read More This is a Move
It’s Monday, October 23rd. We eased into the morning with plans to meet with our missions host at noon at the Kendal Issacs Gymnasium. There, a large population of evacuees are housed. We excitedly prepared for the day ahead, a buzz in the house, filled with expectation of all of the ways in which we’d […]Read More Great Expectations
Read about our day 2 of the Bahamas mission trip.Read More Hands and Feet
Time for take off! A reflection of trust as we embark on our mission to the Bahamas.Read More Unchartered Territory
Life begins at thirty sixRead More Knowledge MEETS Action
Tomorrow I am having a hysterectomy. You may have just read that sentence and thought “TMI”. You’re allowed to feel that way. And you’re allowed to stop reading. I hope you don’t, but I certainly won’t fault you. In turn, I hope you don’t fault me for stepping out and sharing this post courageously. It’s […]Read More Vulnerable
We arrived in Haiti full of anticipation, taking in each sight and sound. Off the plane smoke billowed in the distance. I thought for sure there was a house fire and instead learned they were burning trash. Upon moving through customs we experienced an aggressive baggage carousel where citizens literally peeled your bag from your […]Read More Saturday: Extraordinarily Ordinary.
About a week before we headed off to Haiti we began to experience great stress and challenges within our household. It became very clear to me that as a family we were under attack. The Enemy knew we were drawing closer to God and about to embark on a journey intended to make ourselves smaller […]Read More Turbulence
Later this month we will be celebrating our fifth wedding anniversary. When we look back at the first five years as a married couple it has been filled with immeasurable joy and countless accomplishments. Welcoming two babies into our family, watching Ethan become an awesome big brother, home ownership, the advancement in our careers. Undoubtably, […]Read More Off to Haiti!
Right now my middle, Bishop, is taking a tubby in attempt to wash off the fun and grime from this Friday, his tongue still blue from the Ring Pop he devoured post-dinner. As I sit next to the tub while he plays I can hear the thunder off in the distance. I’m reminded that parenthood […]Read More Dining, Whining, and Unwinding