Juggling Fire

School, and How I Lie

We made it through the second week of homeschool cooperative. Woo hoo. I wish I were one of those moms who lives for school events. Fact is, I’ve tried. I’m not. Fortunately, my kids are cool with that. I told Jaynee after our first homeschool parent meeting, “I’m sorry I’m not one of those moms… Continue reading School, and How I Lie


The Last Supper :(

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: Jesus loved a good meal. Every Tuesday for the last 12 weeks, our staff and students have gathered at what we call the “White House” (because It’s a house that is white) to enjoy a home-cooked meal and a great time of fellowship. It is my… Continue reading The Last Supper 😦


Peace in P’Lok

"He sent them to preach the kingdom of God and to heal the sick." - Luke 9:2 “So I say to you, ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you.” – Luke 11:9 The simple act of knocking on a door can… Continue reading Peace in P’Lok


Behind the Curtain Shop of Phichit

Sometimes, people just want curtains. They’ll find much more than fine drapery, however, if they wander into Nong Lak’s shop in northern Thailand. Whirling through the blue silks and orange cottons and teal polyesters that define beauty in most of the country, Nong Lak’s customers will find Jesus - not an easy guy to meet… Continue reading Behind the Curtain Shop of Phichit


On Fire – Almost Literally – for God

So, we got moved into our new place, and I've been kind of whinin' about not having an oven. I was hopeful about the little toaster oven our landlady left, even though it is about 90 years old. I spent an hour and a half cleaning it one afternoon. I plugged it in. It started… Continue reading On Fire – Almost Literally – for God