Rapha House Kid’s Club is where it’s at. This is a ministry that is nestled in the heart of a poor community in Phnom Penh with over 500 sponsored children. The social workers here are responsible for going to check on their kids, make sure they are attending school, make sure food is being provided … More Love – Teach – Prevent
I tend to look at my life in terms of good and bad, or anxiety ridden or less than usual anxiety. I’m an Enneagram 1 and have been for many many years now. I know that not everyone has a voice in their head that is constantly criticizing themselves, but I know everyone has an … More Time Stand Still
What will the next four years of your life look like? … More Commencement Blog 2019
Five years ago, we moved to Phoenix to be closer to you, mom and Ric Dad. Five years ago we had Emalynn arrive a month early and we were unprepared. Five years ago you would pick up Levi, who was two, and babysit him so that Katie could try and sleep. Five years ago I … More The Year of 5’s
It has been several years now since I have known R. York Moore and we have managed to keep in touch since finishing our Graduate work at Fuller Seminary. We were placed in the same cohort of about twenty other students in a program that allowed us, even required us, to be in full time … More Praise for “Do Something Beautiful” by R. York Moore (National Evangelist InterVarsity, USA)
When do you stop writing? Whether it be a book, poem, journal entry or an assignment? When do you feel like you have included everything you were supposed to include to either ace it or simply pass the minimum expectations? … More When have I written enough?
Which guy? This guy. Seriously, as I started writing back in college I realized my favorite part of all my writing assignments, which becomes uncountable at some point, were the introduction paragraphs. Why? It was creating that opening hook that grabbed the reader’s, or my professor’s attention. I would drag them into a deep questions, … More Memoirs of a Guy… (Bad movie pun)