Of the seven days, God declared only one as holy. Sometimes, as writers, we feel small, unnoticed - set apart. Remember, the very definition of holy is “to be set apart.” Next time you feel set apart in a lonely way, try to flip it around, and tell yourself you are chosen - just like… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Genesis 2
I love to pair this opening chapter with the opening words of the Book of John. If you haven’t read Genesis 1 yet, flip to John 1:1-5 first and give it a read. If you already read Genesis 1, I would highly recommend reading it again after John 1:1-5. It’s incredible! So, I don’t give… Continue reading Bible studies for writers | Genesis 1
Greetings from Bangkok, Thailand, and from the newly-certified graduate of the Teaching English as a Foreign Language program! I spent most of February studying and practice teaching in a TEFL course, from which I graduated on February 27. I have been wanting to take the course for so many years, but time and finances and… Continue reading Certifiable!
ALMOST ONE MONTH IN Week 4 of discipleship training school already? It’s hard to believe just a few weeks ago we were praying for students’ visas and safe travels, and now we are preparing for our first outreach! We will travel soon to the northeastern region of Thailand to work with one of the poorest… Continue reading Redemption and Repentance
Show Us LOSS - A weekly writing challenge from The Daily Post at WordPress.com There is a phrase I used to recite when the emotions I had bottled up inside for so long threatened to bubble up to the top and spew out. “No matter how bad I think I’ve had it, someone else has… Continue reading How Loss Turns Into Gain: Let’s Take A Stroll Through My Kitchen