My Davion(s).

*If you haven’t read the article on Davion, then you need to read it before you read this. Read it here. My heart breaks for the church. It crumbles when I read articles like the one on Davion. I can just feel the Father’s heart break. As you read the article, you hear a boy cry out for a mother and father, someone to love him – anyone. He heard the church would be a good place to go, but it didn’t work out. As the church we can’t look at this particular group (church body) and have any kind — Read More —

I am Afraid.

It’s true. I’m afraid. I’m afraid of a lot of things really, such as spiders and the dark. But that’s not what bothers me. What I’m really afraid of is turning 30 years old. It’s not the age that gets me but the idea that I’m running out of time. It’s somewhat of a wake up call. Let’s face it, I’ve given up the idea or dream of owning my own house and a nice truck so that’s not it. It’s not even the fact that I’m still single… It’s so much more than that. It’s knowing that God has — Read More —

61project: We’re Back!

Alright guys, I am trying to get back into the swing of things here in Kenya so here is my first blog update. Hopefully you were able to read Jason’s update on our day to day life. As for me, life back in Kenya has been extremely busy with a super optimistic future ahead specifically with our Isaiah Class (14-18 year olds). Our old Isaiah Class kids are back in school (Shout out to all of the sponsors! Thank you!) and are happier than ever. I can’t explain the difference in these kids from the first day they stuck their — Read More —