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!

Following Jesus

God ordained

Yesterday was one of those days where God had clearly laid out the “plans” and I was along for the ride and maybe a little slow in getting on board…

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5 years later

I awoke this morning praising God for how He is working in this tiny country, the smallest land country in all of Africa. Today is inauguration day in The Gambia,…

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Missionary Life

Race time

For those that have known me for a while you may remember years ago, prior to living in West Africa I competed in running races and triathlons.…

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Hard work

It is harvest time in The Gambia and that means that the normal daily work of the women of the village is multiplied greatly. Our clinic has…

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Medical Care

When you live in the middle of nowhere West Africa there are many things you learn to go without or those things at least look very different.…

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WAWA (West Africa Wins Again)

Travel Days

In the last 48 hours I have spent over 6 hours on a ferry boat and another 6 hours waiting at the terminal. Don’t forget the river crossing is only…

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Furlough Ministry

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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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