Archive | November, 2013


3 Questions I Ask Missionaries

I enjoy meeting missionaries that are serving long-term in other countries.  I love hearing stories about the challenges and rewards of crossing cultures to share Jesus and hearing them tell about how they were called to go on the mission field long term. The stories they tell are varied, unique and often entertaining. Similar to […]

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Book Review: You’re Made For a God-Sized Dream by Holley Gerth

Anyone who desires to travel with their family or be a digital tentmaker is a dreamer. Perhaps the dream of travel was put in your heart by the Maker, Himself. In her book “You’re Made For a God-Sized Dream” Holley Gerth talks about what it means to have a God-sized dream, how to achieve your […]

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The Problem With Travel

When the pump boat ran out of gas we didn’t panic. We could see the shore and the crew was already chatting about how they would proceed. The sea was calm and our view of the sea and shore was picturesque. The Filipino crew seemed upset with themselves that they didn’t plan for the rough […]

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Let’s Talk About Stuff

Stuff. We all have stuff. Stuff is a generic term that applies to every physical item that you own. Everyone has a different relationship with their stuff. Some are content, some take their stuff for granted, some are grateful for their stuff, and others don’t have enough stuff to meet their basic needs. My relationship […]

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Planning for a rainy day

Why You Need An Emergency Fund

Tomorrow marks one month since our house had a fire. After the fire our house was not habitable and everything in it had the smell of smoke or a layer of soot on it. In an instant everything we owned was unusable and we needed a place to stay. When we facilitate Financial Peace University […]

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