Promises in the Dark

A few months ago, Jared and I got to visit the magnificent Victoria Falls at night. I had heard rumor of the amazing rainbow still seen after the sun had set, but I hadn't witnesses it for myself. The moon had to be full in order for there to be enough light reflected for a … Continue reading Promises in the Dark

Lay It All Down

Being a missionary is an adventure for sure. Seeing countries and cultures is exhilarating. Pioneering into new regions is thrilling. It’s always overwhelming to see hundreds of people saved, healed, and delivered. It’s a glorious mission, but all that glory comes after laying it all down again and again. The past few months have been … Continue reading Lay It All Down

Unveiled

Transitioning from sub-Saharan Africa to east Africa has been challenging yet incredibly fruitful for myself and our ministry. This area is known for a heavy Muslim influence. Muslim culture is often discussed as intimidating and impossible, but the Lord has revealed that lie is fear limiting love. Muslims aren't any different from the rebellious giving … Continue reading Unveiled

He Who Provides

Rural Zambia lives without running water, electricity, or medical facilities. They live in simple huts, carry water in jugs from the borehole, and farm to feed their families. Due to the lack of resources, most Zambians have at some point turned to witchdoctors. Witchdoctors associate with evil spirits, but they earn their wage by treating … Continue reading He Who Provides