Category: Japan 2015

Confronting Worry: My Story (Part 1)

I quickly wove the fingers of my left hand into my husband’s and gripped firmly. My right hand clutched the airplane seat arm rest. The lights flickered a few times and then went out. The hundreds of other people on our plane were tensely… Continue Reading “Confronting Worry: My Story (Part 1)”

If You’re Feeling Tired Today……..

…… too. I probably stayed up too late last night and I think I’m coming down with a head cold – a perfect recipe for one tired mama! On top of that, our family life hasn’t recovered its pre-trip stride yet. Many activities and… Continue Reading “If You’re Feeling Tired Today……..”

Light and Dark

There are bright and dark sides to ministry, but in both God is completely present and effectively working. Half way in to camp we experienced both sides in one day. We started Wednesday with worship through music and devotion time, and then headed to… Continue Reading “Light and Dark”

The Day I Remembered I Am An Intovert

Time to continue with our adventure in Japan! Day two of camp arrived. I already shared the devotion I wrote for the students a couple posts ago. In addition, it was seminar day. Students had the opportunity to attend two seminars of their choice.… Continue Reading “The Day I Remembered I Am An Intovert”

words and The Word

I had the privilege of writing morning devotionals for the students at Shorebreak. Every morning after breakfast we gathered for a time of music and then everyone got a copy of the devotion for the day and went to find a place of solitude;… Continue Reading “words and The Word”