Stories about Care for the Discarded

Tick-tick-tick. There is life here.

The metronome ticks. St Petersburg is alive. The sun rose over the Niva River as we journeyed to Orphanage 60 to speak to teens preparing for graduation. 60 is...

Beauty for Ashes

It’s Monday – our first full day of ministry in Guatemala. Our journey takes us to Cerecaif, an orphanage 20 miles from Xela. The orphanage was founded by a...

Friday and the Unfamiliar Road

It’s been 16 weeks, four days, and 1 hour (give or take a few minutes) since I became gainfully unemployed. I remember thinking as I was driving home after...

Words of wisdom from a man in a sweater.

I have no real profound thoughts today, as I sit in my office in sweats and baseball cap and wonder what road I may ultimately end up walking professionally....

Fear of the Dark

I awoke in the middle of the night – or is it really the beginning of the morning. And I couldn’t get back to sleep. I listened to the...

One of a Million, or One in a Million?

I saw Madagascar 2 this past weekend. It was a special date with my cousin, Julia, who is undergoing aggressive chemotherapy for lung cancer. We arose early, bundled up...

Because you asked, Chief…

Today I had lunch with a friend and former business associate. We talked about change. We talked about the art of communication. We talked about listening. And he asked...

Freedom – in images and song.

703 miles. 739 pairs of shoes. 45 hours in a bus. 5 cities in 5 days. Five orphanages, 1 babies home, 1 widows home, and a school that had...

Dance Revelation

I dance to the tune of Your revelation.” Psalm 119:70 (The Message) Yesterday, my friend Courtney and I enjoyed an afternoon together. She is part of a rare breed...

James

The following is an exerpt from an email conversation I had with a wonderful person who has been an encouragement as I wage war with the voices that whisper...

Make Her Brave

A song of seagulls. A song about freedom. Sung by a girl with a heart so bound by fear and pain. Our day began with a special opportunity to...
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