Fourth Newsletter

February 1st, 2019 Beloved Friends and Family, You know as well as we do, how quickly God can change your plans. Whether it’s a test of faith; or God gently revealing to you, that you are no longer fulfilling His desires–but your own. There are many events that occur in our life that are allowedContinue reading “Fourth Newsletter”

Hope…

We all know this word. We all use it. But the problem that I’m finding as I live here in D.C. is that there is very little hope in people’s lives. I’m not talking about the hope of a better government or the hope that people are no longer poor. These things are needed hopesContinue reading “Hope…”

My Twin, Roman from Burkina Faso

“But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name, He will teach you all things, and bring to your remembrance all things that I said to you.” John 14:26 The day is Monday, November 13, 2017. The weather was chilly cold and the smiles were everywhere as people from all over theContinue reading “My Twin, Roman from Burkina Faso”

Faith & Sam from North Carolina

Let me take you back to July 20th, 2017. I’m back in D.C. walking the streets and I see a large group of teenagers wearing bright orange shirts around the World War II Memorial. Upon further investigation, I was able to walk and talk with two teens, Faith and Sam, and find out what theyContinue reading “Faith & Sam from North Carolina”

“Twas the night…”

The night before I share my faith, I pray Jesus, ignite what I’ve asked for I’m aware of what I need to explore Lost and struggling peoples around monuments Count the cost as I battle & silence arguments Lord, bring me low as I seek the weak And step on the metro, Lord keep meContinue reading ““Twas the night…””

We’ve Officially Arrived

It’s been quite the busy couple weeks for us! But today is special, Everett turned 2. We had a celebratory donut and hike through the wetlands behind Mount Vernon where we saw some amazing colors of the season. Rebecca and the kids have been here for a little over a week.  And upon their arrivalContinue reading “We’ve Officially Arrived”