Rescue is for Life #AfricaWH

Rescue is for Life #AfricaWH

I held Jerry. All of us did. Jerry’s mother was a prostitute. Unable to care for him, she abandoned him when he was only two years old. Without help, he had little, to no chance of survival. For Jerry, help came. There I am with him at Destiny Villages of Hope...
God’s Love for His People #AfricaWH

God’s Love for His People #AfricaWH

It took 30 hours of travel door-to-door. I walked through the door of the hotel room where we are staying in Uganda, just before midnight on Thursday. By the time I got settled, I had only a couple of hours to sleep before it was time to wake for the morning. Though...
We are Building Rescue Homes #AfricaWH

We are Building Rescue Homes #AfricaWH

It’s after midnight, a day before I leave for Africa. Everyone is sleeping, and it’s quiet, except for the breaths I hear. It’s the most peaceful I’ve been in, well, months. There must be some people praying. In October of 2012, I joined World...
Pride has no place in God’s plan

Pride has no place in God’s plan

I opened up about my personal battles, and I cannot omit that pride has had a place in my heart it shouldn’t have. Sometimes pride masks itself as false humility, and makes us blind. Not seeing it makes it difficult to guard our hearts from it, and we...
I’m Africa Bound #AfricaWH

I’m Africa Bound #AfricaWH

I’m still sorting things out, seeking wisdom about what I walked through those difficult, dark two months that I stopped blogging. I’m not holding on to the past. I desire to learn from it; where I missed the mark, how to keep from falling into the same traps,...