Monthly Archives: October 2012

God Speaks (Part 2): You want me to do something?

I hope my previous post  spoke to you.  My son’s words, “Look Mommy, it’s a ‘daddy,’” continue to convict me to look at homelessness and homeless people with a more compassionate heart.  It gives me warm fuzzy feelings inside. Well, … Continue reading

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God Speaks (Part 1): Look Mommy, it’s a homeless man.

I heard God speak recently.  Has that ever happened to you?  You are not exactly planning on it, or at least not on the topic He brings up, and then in a still small voice, the God of the universe … Continue reading

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The Next Step

  It was summer 2003.  I had just met Michelle on a blind date and was headed to New Orleans for the first time.  The internship did not pay, unlike another I had been looking at up north, but I … Continue reading

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Leaving the 99

Now the tax collectors and “sinners” were all gathering around to hear him. But the Pharisees and the teachers of the law muttered, “This man welcomes sinners and eats with them.” Then Jesus told them this parable: “Suppose one of … Continue reading

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3 Questions Every Short-Term Missions Leader Needs to Ask

Short-Term Missions is a unique opportunity to briefly touch the lives of individuals, families, churches, and communities.  History has shown us, just as in all missions, that short-term mission teams can have a very positive impact or negative impact on … Continue reading

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