I guess I always knew it, but I didn’t know how to put it into practice. For the seven years that I’ve been out of high school, one thing has remained constant: Facebook. Social media. The need to seek or give attention via “likes.” The life moments that are ruined by someone saying, “let me… Read More What I Wish I Had Known Before Trump’s Presidency…
Since being stationed at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida, my husband and I have been members of Bay Life Church in Brandon, Florida. For the past year and a half, you may have caught us on a Sunday volunteering at the Missions Café. It is a joy to share with you that I… Read More Grace In Guatemala
It seems like just a few weeks ago, I was typing “Field Notes: Life in Argentina”… A new year, a new nation: HAITI. Since returning home from Argentina: I married the love of my life, packed up everything I owned, moved across the country, decorated our home, spent quality time with my husband, rescued our… Read More Field Notes: Life in Haiti
Where has the time gone?! I can’t believe I’ll be in Haiti tomorrow morning! Thank you all so much for your love and support the past few months, and for the prayers to come in the next week. I can’t wait to share this season of life with you and what God is doing in… Read More Preparing For Haiti
I spend another day rising. Half-felt blessed, half-felt condemned. Half of my mind praises the Lord for the wonderful life He has blessed me with; with faith in Him, the young husband, the palm trees and beaches, the life of travel… The other half of my mind wakes up ashamed; no “normal” 9-5 job (because… Read More Heart for Haiti – Why am I even a missionary?
To say this year was a year of blessings, is an understatement. Aside from getting engaged, planning a wedding, and quitting my day job to focus on Jesus, I spent the second half of this year with University of the Nations. When I felt called to do a DTS in Kona, Hawaii, my initial thought… Read More Field Notes: Life in Argentina
He’s in the military, I am in missions. The questions never end, even so close to the wedding. “Is it difficult?’” “How do you do it?” “Do you guys ever talk?” “Why did you leave him?” or “Why did he leave you?” “What if he finds someone else?” At first it was fun to answer… Read More Five Things To Know About Long Distance Relationships (Military and Missions)