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 […]

Creating a Place For Ideas

Ideas are like embers that spark in a fire and fling off into the cold night only to fade in the sand. I’ve known people who have great ideas, but manpower or leadership become a problem. Without a leader, an idea doesn’t have a chance to flame. Without the flame, volunteers aren’t attracted to it […]

Different and Better

Appointed by WorldVenture in 2015, I wasn’t actually released to raise funds until March, 2016. Necessary training is what prevented me from sending out those emails and making those phone calls. This probably confused many as people expected to hear from me, but God was wiser. Developing as a worker in the field of social […]

New Support Numbers!

Since the beginning of December, I’ve been running active ministries and looking for a new job. I’ve also been praying and working to raise my support numbers. God continues to work on the hearts of those He wants to use to support my work. I have a couple of verbal supports and I am at […]

A New Living Room Session

Living Room Session A Living Room Session is about 30-45 minutes online via Facebook. To join, you can email me your Facebook email address and I will add you to the “secret” group. On March 18 at 9 AM MST, sign on to Facebook and go to the group. Click on the “Live Video” feed […]

Finding Courage

Meeting churches, picking up new clients, and telling people about what I do doesn’t come without a fair amount of anxiety as I seek out courage. When this new life becomes overwhelming, I think, “I could be a person with a regular job, not working ministry, not serving, with more time to read or bake […]