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Everything listed under: Christianity

  • One Thing

       Every night in Haiti on the balcony of the Coreluv guesthouse our staff will lead each visiting team in a nightly devotion. It is a time intended for everyone to be able to unplug from the activities of the day to reflect upon Jesus. We almost always pose this question, "Where did you see Jesus today?" This is a loaded question asked to a bunch of privileged Americans (myself included) who have just had their hearts ripped out by what they saw in the course of their time with us.   Read More...

  • Double Rainbows

    It wasn't long ago that I was driving home from work when I saw this double rainbow. It was so brilliant that people (myself included) were pulling over to take photos of it. We all know that God placed the rainbow as a sign to remember His promise to not flood the earth again.   Read More...

  • Speak to the Well

    “For I will pour water on the thirsty land, and streams on the dry ground; I will pour my Spirit upon your offspring, and my blessing on your descendants.” Isaiah 44:3 I sat there, sweating, dirty, tired and frustrated. It had been a pretty hot day for Haiti, and on top of that we had been working pretty hard. We were having some issues with the pump in our well which required us to pull 155 feet of PVC pipe full of water out of the ground.   Read More...

  • God as a Father

    My first trip to Haiti was incredible and was so much more than I was expecting. Having been on missions trips before, I was expecting some general things: I was expecting that devotional time would be powerful, that the children would be amazing, and that I would cry a lot. What I didn’t expect, however, was that God would show me a fundamental part of his character.   Read More...

  • Hineni

    Does Jesus still stir individuals to action? Does He still call people to risk their security, to cast away their comfort, and to live a radical life? Has our God slipped away to a passive observer who allows Christians to live as they please with no purpose, or have we pushed aside God for a life that we choose?   Read More...