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Stories from the mission field of hope, love, and the life-changing impact of cross-cultural relationships rooted in Christ.

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Gap Year: Travel, Service and Learning to Breathe

Taking time off to breathe, reflect and learn outside the classroom can be incredibly life-giving.

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What Can I Say About IMMERSION?

I wish words could describe the heart change I experienced in these countries and the work that God has done. The people I met, the relationships I builtómy life will never be the same.

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Big Love

I think itís safe to say the thing I will remember most about our time spent is the relationships we built with each other.

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What Is Our Purpose Here?

We have found a love here that is loud. A love that is wild. A love that is big. We found another purpose for our time in Jamaica: to be a reflection of Godís love.

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Mwen Pa Kompran

We are the same; we are different. And while I do not understand it at all, I am learning that God did not create us to understand why we were created the way that we were. He created us to serve and love Him.

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You Always Have Time to Dance

What if you dared to set aside your checklist? What if you slowed down enough to truly listen and learn from others? What if the answers to big questions youíve been asking about faith, freedom, and purpose are in a small town outside of Havana?

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The Fullness of Joy

I donít need to wait for Him to show up. He is already here with me. Just as He is with you.

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He Makes Our Hearts Nice

Apparently, I had to come all the way to Africa to grasp this idea, but for that I am so thankful.

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More Than a Map

Before coming to the Holy Land, I remember the time I spent just staring at that little map in the back of my Bible. I remember just sitting in my living room in little ol' Cleveland, TX, smiling at a map of a place thousands of miles away.

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Groaning for Grace

God makes our scars shine and tell stories of His love. He is not disgusted with our pasts or limited by our current mistakes.

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