Compassion Wednesday: Is it Enough?

Enough. It's a tricky word. It implies a limit, a goal reached, or the end of effort. Yes, it can also simply mean that the effort is not in vain. It's in the murky waters of that last attribute that we lose ourselves. Am I doing enough? Do my efforts make a difference? Does any … Continue reading Compassion Wednesday: Is it Enough?

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Reblog: It’s Easier to Change a Life Than You Think

This first appeared on Compassion International's Blog on April 11, 2016. Eradicating child poverty across the globe – that sounds like a daunting task. But what if I told you that, by using what you’re already doing in your everyday life, you can play a significant part in achieving that goal? Others have already started … Continue reading Reblog: It’s Easier to Change a Life Than You Think

Compassion Wednesday Reblog: I Want to Be a Firefighter!

This post first appeared on Compassion International's Blog on March 15, 2016: “My passion is to rescue and save other people’s lives,” said 19-year-old Jonathan. Jonathan is an alumnus of the Amor Viviente Child Sponsorship Program in Honduras, and has been able to achieve his dream as a result of being registered in the program. … Continue reading Compassion Wednesday Reblog: I Want to Be a Firefighter!

ReBlog: How Do We Teach Creation Care to Combat Environmental Poverty?

For today's Compassion Wednesday, I wanted to simply reblog a really wonderful article that is posted over on Compassion International's website. However, I'm having issues with sharing it, so I'm just going to give the link below and you can run over there as quick as you can to read it. It's a great look … Continue reading ReBlog: How Do We Teach Creation Care to Combat Environmental Poverty?

Still Streamlining

Hi everyone, Just a quick update - I'm continuously changing my website. It's a growth thing...at least that's what I like to tell myself. As I get more comfortable with the blogging world and I find better ways to do things, or ways that are more consistent with who I am, I will change. Change … Continue reading Still Streamlining