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Guat.Hop

Our hop over to Guatemala has been eye-opening, heart-breaking and awe-inspiring. Beautiful people. Breathtaking country. Rich history. Gut-wrenching abuse. Life-long Christ-commitment. Sacrificial love. Today, Pastor Joseph Gilchrist and I had the unprecedented honor of sharing Biblical truths on sex with one-thousand public high school students. The Superintendant of Schools allowed Read more…

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China Bound

Tomorrow morning at 3:30am, I begin the long voyage to China. I’m excited to see a new land, one which I’ve read so much about. But I’m sad to be leaving my family, and will miss deeply. For the interests of security, my mission will remain simply that I’m going Read more…

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Back in Narnia

I wish international travel was as easy as stepping through a wardrobe. But it’s 2012. So planes must suffice. 22 hours later and we’re home. Thanks to our wonderful hosts on this week-long journey: Sylvain & Line Freymond, Bedig & Rebekah Nassanian, and Doug & Merrie Gresham. We cherish you Read more…

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Europe or Bust

Jenny and I are off to Switzerland for the annual Discerning the Times Conference in Yverdon, about an hour outside of Geneva. We’re excited to see dear friends again, and honored by yet another opportunity to pour into the nations. I recently told a close friend, “As long as God Read more…

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Europe In Pics

I just got in late last night from Europe. Exhausted. But as a Christ-follower, having one’s life spent on the welfare of others is one of the greatest blessings imaginable. Speaking and leading worship at the Radikal For Jesus youth conference in northern France is always inspiring. I’ve rarely attended Read more…

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And Three If By Air

TEN TIPS FOR AIR TRAVEL Traveling by air, like anything, can become an art. It can also become a monster, growling and gnawing at you if done wrong. In light of yesterday’s flight from CLT-SYR, I thought I’d post a few tips. It’s by no means exhaustive, so feel free Read more…