👋 Ring the BELLS. 🛎 Her name is Laura* As soon as I asked her if she had a faith I could see there were years of pain that had crushed her spirit and wounded her faith. She thought she was just checking me into the hotel, but the reality is, God wanted to welcome … Continue reading Ring the BELLS.
This morning I snaked my way up the windy roads, through the ferns and the gum trees, up the mountains behind my house. I recently discovered a little cafe up here that makes a mean coffee and has a great vibe to it, it's also one that I rarely see people I know in- which … Continue reading You carry His presence with you.
It was a cool evening in South Sudan. The sounds of cows mooing, and goats bleating, as they walked home from a day out in the bush, filled the air. My cousin and I were hiking into a village to stay with the family of a new believer, "Laboi". His name was given to him … Continue reading Missional Lessons from an African tribe: The Laarim, South Sudan
Hi kids, This past weekend we had a block party with some of our best friends, our neighbors. Today I want to talk to you about neighbors. Why would you need wisdom on neighboring? Because firstly it isn't common or even natural for many in the "Western world" to know or love their neighbors. Secondly, … Continue reading Wisdom for my Children- Day 21- Neighbors
Today I spoke at one of the most amazing Kingdom minded churches I have ever experienced. And to many, what occurred in that church would make no sense. The topic- the church gatherings that we are looking at starting down the road from this church. That's right, I was invited by a church to share … Continue reading Why Kingdom Minded Churches Just Don’t Make Sense