Monthly Archives: July 2012

5K for a cause: to end human trafficking

For those of you who like to run, walk, or enjoy wearing sports clothes while pretending to like either – here is a sweet opportunity for you! There is a RESCUE 5K RUN/WALK you can be involved in! Check out … Continue reading

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Perspective: A Higher, Deeper, Wider View

I watch this video a few times a year, when I know that I need to see from God’s perspective instead of my own. Sometimes I get caught up in my own stuff that I think that MY life is … Continue reading

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Believers – this is our role!

“It’s just a little while longer until I see you, Jesus It’s just a little while longer until I know you, Jesus It’s just a little while longer and we’ll be together All I want is just to know Your … Continue reading

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Church Camp: Not just a high

The story: Talk about divine encounters! This past week I was able to be a youth counselor at a Church Camp held at Hidden Acres Christian Center in Dayton, Iowa. (Sweet camp – check it out if at all possible). … Continue reading

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Cambodia Update: Women at the Well

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Cambodia Update: My Father’s World

Nothing in Cambodia made sense to me. It didn’t make sense that fathers and mothers sold their daughters and sons. It didn’t make sense that foreign men travelled across the world to buy a girl for $3 an hour. It … Continue reading

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Cambodia Update: The Intro

Hello again! It’s good to be back home! Going to Cambodia was fun, and I experienced a lot while I was there; but let’s be honest – I like Pizza Hut, non-bottled water, and western toilets. Thus, I’m excited to … Continue reading

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