Pray for TRC Magazine

TRC Magazine gathers online on October 28, 2017 to discuss Christmas. We aim to engage in authentic community, especially after so much tragedy. What does this mean? Unlike other ezines, TRC Magazine’s mission is for writers to engage in meaningful online conversation with readers, and to publish stories that may not always bring in lots […]

Why Rush The Journey?

Weeks like this week make me say, “Lord, will you please hurry this support process?!” I work in two mentally stimulating jobs that challenge my comfort zone–a Day Job and my position with WorldVenture. Time management is an important tool in my belt. This week, I came home drained from so much mental stimulation. Don’t […]

New Numbers!

We are officially up another percentage thanks to a generous partnership. My team of supporters is growing. Together we can knock down the walls and overcome the obstacles of the Church Body using social media and technology to reach, not preach.  To become a partner, give here.

TRC Magazine: Publishing September 1

TRC Magazine was created over a bowl of salsa and chips in 2012.  Since its first edition in June, 2013, TRC Magazine has grown from 200 readers to anywhere from 800 to 2,000 readers a month globally through the heart and passion of its volunteers and interns. When I became an international worker with WorldVenture […]

In Phoenix Friday

If you would like to learn more about what I do with WorldVenture, leave a comment and I will email you. I would love to meet up with you in Phoenix. I am at 29% (give or take) support which includes a verbal support. Besides working 40-hours a week to pay the bills, I am […]

Life Measured in Moments

Across the street from our hotel was a Chinese Cultural Center. In the middle of Phoenix, Arizona, a little bit of China beckoned us to cross the street and explore. We walked through a high metal gate and admired the architecture, snapping pictures, and posting them on Facebook. “They are going to think we are […]

Lamenting and Wrestling

When I run, all I can hear is the pounding of my feet on the trail nearly in sync with the rhythm of my heart. I feel the heaviness of the sun on my skin and the sweat dripping into my eyes. I do not wear ear buds on the trail for safety reasons so […]