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Christian Community

You know that feeling when you’ve spent enough time around someone for them to show their inner goofball? Turns out our whole team is like that. From the pensive Michael Bouterse to the articulate Ellis White, the community developed on this team is one in which all of us got to show our true colors. […]

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Unity in Christ

It has been a really, really long week. A good one, for sure, but long. Yesterday the crescendo of excitement, attendance, and encounters with Jesus continued to grow. The two lunchtime talks were the best attended of any that I’ve seen this year or last. The questions were honest, and the answers were articulate. I […]

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Keep on Keepin’ On

Over the last couple days, we’ve handed out hundreds of fliers, had hours of conversations about some of life’s deepest questions, and encouraged believers all over the campus to keep on keepin’ on.   Tuesday was a total blur. From dawn to dusk our team engaged in conversation after conversation, doing our best to represent Jesus […]

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The Thailand Journey Continues

We arrived in Thailand on Friday, and we were still on our way to Laytongku on Sunday. It’s one of the interesting things about partnering with ministries in remote locations. Sometimes the journey feels just as long as our time in the destination. This is very true of our partnership with the village of Laytongku […]

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Cambodia Team Report & Celebration

It’s been a week since our team arrived back from Cambodia. We are all back into the swing of life, school, work. Although I’ll be the first to admit that I still yearn for a nap around 1:00 each afternoon. And I’ll admit that I spend a lot of time scrolling through the pictures, my […]

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Furthering the Kingdom at ASU

Man, let me tell you, it’s been a whirlwind. We’re out the door by 7:50 AM, and average coming back to the house around 10:30 PM. Aside for a few hours break in the middle of the day, that time is entirely focused on achieving the team mission; to further the kingdom at ASU. We’re […]

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Coffee as a Love Language

Coffee is my love language (a tall half decaf Americano with steamed cream to be precise). Not only is it mildly addicting and lifeblood to this mother of young children, our coffee shop culture provides a place to gather. It gives us a chance to be in our communities, a place to sit with a […]

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