Last night, while in my Mamaw’s hospital room, I wrote and was able to finish the journal I started days before leaving my Arizona home for good. My last entry in it was anticipating changes and glorious memories. Continue reading
This post is a part of the month-in-review series covering September 2012–June 2013.
You’ve probably seen the house I stayed in, my solo day in Lusaka, and the tour of our resource center in Ndola, Zambia—home to Seeds of Hope International Partnerships. So, I’d like to share some of the leadership lessons I learned while working in a developing nation, living in a house of men, and ministering alongside local pastors. Continue reading
I’d like to begin writing about the adventures I’m currently on, so, to bring you up-to-date, I’ve decided to do a recap of each month from September 2012- June 2013!
Month-in-Review posts will include: pictures, stories, a series of bullet points, &/or at least one funny or insightful remark 😉 Let’s get started!
Wow! It’s my birthday, the last day of school, and graduation day!!
If you’d like to watch our graduation but can’t attend, it will be streamed live @ 7:00pm Pacific time, please follow this link to watch.
I highly recommend joining us online, I’m certain it will be a beautiful & celebratory time! Continue reading
A few days ago we put on a lovely & powerful Women’s Conference! It’s rare for the women here to gather & fellowship and even more rare to have a day devoted to encouraging & nourishing them! The ladies shared they do enjoy fellowshipping, but the last time they did so was a year ago when we were here last. Undoubtedly, women give life, love, and their whole hearts to their families & community, so it was a beautiful thing to behold, set free, and celebrate these remarkable women! Continue reading
On our first full day we facilitated a Pastors & Leaders gathering, which we focused on “alignment before assignment”. Continue reading
After many meals…
Our team has safely arrived in Zimbabwe!
Upon landing we had one team member denied access to the country & immediately escorted to a return flight on the basis of a visa issue due to strains in the nation’s international relations. Continue reading