Tag: comfort zones

Congo Recap

In a couple of hours we will be getting on our flights heading back to California. It seems almost surreal that our time here is ending and we are entering back into our normal lives. When we crossed from Congo into Rwanda we saw such a stark difference. In Rwanda the power was consistent and

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Can These Bones Live?

Recently I was in a meeting at church and the pastor asked us several questions about the hopes for the new year and there were two that he asked that I just could not answer. He asked “what are you hoping to see God do in you?” And he asked “what are you hoping to

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Baby Steps- The Journey to being known

Being known can be a difficult and sometimes scary process. Read todays blog to see a glimpse into my journey.

I Wanna Be Used By You

For the last 8 weeks I have been privileged to be a part of an unbelievable program at my church called IMPACT. IMPACT is a program to develop Spirit powered leaders. Last night was our last meeting, and God truly showed up and spoke to each person in a different way.  As I was leaving

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Transformation

Looking back to my college days I remember how much I hated being in small groups. I to this day have a love/hate relationship with them. I value small groups because transformation happens in the circles of the church.  In the circle you are known and you know others.  For some the circle can be

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Beyond the Shore

Often times when I go to the beach I find that I am content to stand on the shore and look at the water, maybe step in a couple of steps in but the second a large wave comes in I run back to the shore to avoid the wave crashing over me. But then

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