Just Mercy

David arrive home cheerily on Friday night to find the house dark, no supper cooking, and me sitting in a chair crying, clutching my phone. “What’s going on?” he asked, suddenly worried. It looked like I had just received news that someone had died. Someone did die. That’s why I was crying. I’m part ofContinue reading “Just Mercy”

Stuff Wars (pt2): Six lies I believe about my stuff

Recently this humorous advertisement for a clothing store popped up in my newsfeed. It’s referencing the very “tidying up” method I talked about in my last stuff post. Ironically, it’s talking all about getting rid of things, spring cleaning and minimizing– while advertising a clothing brand. We’re so weird in America. We can sell moreContinue reading “Stuff Wars (pt2): Six lies I believe about my stuff”

What I learned from being poor for a month

Right now I’m blogging about my El Camino experience. If you want to see David’s take, the link to his blog is here. Traditionally, the pilgrim went on a pilgrimage with just his cloak on his back and lots of faith that churches and kind people along the way would provide for his every materialContinue reading “What I learned from being poor for a month”

One of the best short-term trip resources out there

Ok, so if you’ve read this at all, you’ll know I’m a huge fan of the book “When Helping Hurts” because it explains a lot of the problems we Christians have when it comes to helping people. We think our good intentions are enough… but the sad truth is sometimes even the best intentions canContinue reading “One of the best short-term trip resources out there”