It’s Ok to grieve what we are losing

We are losing those special spring moments in our lives. Family Easter gatherings, Spring Break Vacations, proms,  Spring sports, plays, dramas, and spring recitals. Graduations are in peril as we move closer to the end of school. We have lost time with friends, relatives, and co-workers on a daily basis (well most co-workers right?). We … Continue reading It’s Ok to grieve what we are losing

Does God Even Care?

There is no doubt we are in the middle of a huge health crisis like anything any of us have ever seen or experienced. Every day there are more confirmed cases of the Coronavirus as well as deaths caused by the coronavirus. Life has changed dramatically from events being canceled, students going to school online, … Continue reading Does God Even Care?

Coronavirus And Canceling Your Short-Term Missions Trip?

Every day when we wake up, check our news feeds on our phones, or our favorite national news there seems to be new cases of the Coronavirus. The news stokes fear because fear is what keeps people coming back to their channel. The fear of the coronavirus has caused stores to run out of their … Continue reading Coronavirus And Canceling Your Short-Term Missions Trip?

“Don’t Go to Mexico!” – Why Context Matters

Living in Mexico has provided a different perspective on the rhetoric we often hear in the United States in regards to its neighboring country to the south. My family crosses the San Diego/Tijuana border regularly and we also do some work in Tijuana with immigrants, refugees, and deportees at a local church. Many times, what … Continue reading “Don’t Go to Mexico!” – Why Context Matters