He walks along the busy streets of Guatemala City. He has ten siblings, and the family struggles. He was excited to go to school this week – it was a first for him. But a strike has cancelled classes so he must work. His mother sells vegetables at the market so he carries some in a bag to sell to whoever will buy.


But his isn’t the story here. It’s the man next to him. Cesar could have purchased an avocado. Instead, he fed the boy. And purchased food for his siblings too. That’s what love does.




And I ask myself, who am I feeding today? I pray to be like Cesar. I pray to see the need that’s bigger than the need around me. How about you?


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Helping you hold on to what is true and trustworthy.

We’re in this together, and I am for you. I secure road signs with a hammer of hope, and clear the debris so they can be seen.

Call me your spiritual aunty, the one who you can trust with the hard conversations. I am your encourager. I walk and keep walking. Cheer and keep cheering. I invest, dive deep, and cherish the stories being written in the lives of women like you who long to believe restoration is a reality on earth as it is in heaven. God holds the pen in those stories, and He delights in you. 


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