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How Bravery Builds Bridges

Yesterday, I spent the day at home preparing my small suitcase for a trip to Mozambique, Africa. I’m going on a journey to see how youth ministry has been activated and inspired in Kingdom of God ways through the initiatives of the 30 Hour Famine. As I look at...

3 Things Leaders Taught Me {Guest Erin Sigmund)

It’s been a little “rails off” around here lately. We came home from a fun road trip vacation to Key West to a house being tented for termites. We knew this before we left but I guess we forgot about how inconvenient it might be not having a place to...

Women in Ministry. Seriously.

I was reading about some of the leading professionals in the designer world. Kate Spade, Donna Karan, Tory Burch. (In my fav mag – Fast Company ) The most successful leaders know that they need a team. But why do we feel like we have to do things on our own in...

Stories

You Are Wanted.

How the city of Lakeland, Florida is responding to domestic human trafficking.

Feature story by Brooklyn Lindsey & Kelly Green-The Lakelander Magazine

We Never Need Nobody

The young student scribbles the words “I don’t care” across his test paper. Later, when the teacher goes to the student to ask why, the child says, “I don’t know why I wrote it. I’m hungry and just can’t think.” He just can’t think. Because he hasn’t eaten since...

That’s Going To Leave A Mark

The inked words spell out all is grace. Permanently imprinted, it’s an external symbol of an internal transformation. This year, a few friends did something remarkable together. They lived on the brink of impossible things. For Ida Mundell, a homeschooling mother of...