Ministry Updates

Ministry Updates

Praying with a patient at the clinic

One of my favorite ways to partner with you is by sharing the ins and outs of daily life as I walk through this journey God has called me to. This page is a brief glimpse into my heart, mind, and soul as I experience sharing the Gospel, one day at a time.

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Below you’ll find each my blog posts, organized by their theme. They range from ministry life to just some life stories and updates!

Missionary Life

Family Time

For almost 25 years (wow, I am getting old) I have lived at least a couple thousand miles away from my family in California and that means…

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Following Jesus

God of Creation

As I continue my travels throughout the US I am amazed by The God who created all of this beauty and diversity. I have always loved nature, but after becoming…

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Freedom

Freedom is a word I don’t think about very often and honestly I take it for granted. This week in the US Memorial Day was celebrated and I am so…

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Saying Yes

Over the last several weeks God has provided many opportunities for me to connect with ministry partners and share with many new people about not only the Lord’s work in…

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WAWA (West Africa Wins Again)

On the Road Again

Long ago, before Covid hit I was praying about and preparing for my furlough time in the US and planning a lot of travel throughout the US. Well, Covid definitely…

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One Month

I have been in The Gambia officially for one month.  In many ways it feels like I have been here forever and in many ways it feels like I just…

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Furlough Ministry

Home

On a regular basis here and in The Gambia I get asked where is “home” or where I came from? Well, that is a really good question with many answers….Continue reading “Home”

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Special Requests

Amazon

I think all of us in the USA can appreciate that Amazon certainly makes our lives easier. As I start to prepare for my return to The Gambia in August…

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Diaries of a Wimpy Tubaab

Off the Grid

Several years ago a few friends and I started backpacking short sections of the Appalachian Trail.  Honestly, despite the rain, blisters, bears and pain involved these were some of my…

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