Monthly Archives: January 2016

Lessons Learned While Ministering to Young People

I am preparing to teach a group of high school girls this weekend at a youth retreat. I have the privilege of talking about Deborah, a model of Biblical womanhood, and her partnership with Barak, a picture of God’s design... Read More

Human Trafficking Awareness Day: What we don’t want to know & What we need to know

January 11 is designated National Human Trafficking Awareness Day.  It is a day devoted to becoming more aware or making others aware that Human Trafficking is prevalent not only around our world, but in our own towns. It exists within... Read More

Praying for our Enemies

My counseling work continues to challenge and shape me in my understanding and expression of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.   Entering into the hearts and minds of those who have been broken, grieved, and rejected inevitably becomes a mirror into... Read More