How One Woman Changed Her Mind About Missions

For me, it was the fact that one of the hardest experiences I had while I was on mission in Haiti was actually one of the best, and I’ve struggled with dichotomy ever since.

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Not Everyone is #Free

As we celebrate the fourth of July today, may we remember that freedom is not free. It comes with a price. And men and women have fought long hard battles to protect our freedom. And may we remember that not everyone is free. A few weeks ago I had the privilege to speak to this…

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Life in Haiti

On Saturday, I returned from a missions trip to Haiti. I came back a bit beaten up this go around as my body is continuing to recover from the chikagunya virus, a mosquito transmitted virus. I can’t seem to quite shake it from my bloodstream. I’m on day 6–which should leave me shouting from the…

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Perspective

I’m sitting in a bed while thousands of miles away from home, across the ocean blue. I brought a missions team down to the sleepy village of Neply, Haiti to assist with an organization called #myLIFEspeaks. I happened to be the first one on our team to contract a mosquito born illness called chikagunya, which…

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