Friday , 24 November 2017
  • Becoming More Like Children

    We provided three-afternoon sessions modeled on VBS for the younger students.  This included time for crafts, snacks, and Bible story readings and singing. 

  • No Signature Necessary

    I hope the sights and sounds of Haiti will long linger in my heart and mind.

  • Generosity in Cuba

    We had just finished a delicious dinner of rice, beans, pork and fruit, when Inervis, the leader of the camp crew, asked us to join her and the fellow staff members in the yard.

  • Nine Kinds of Generous

    What a beautiful display, like the unfurling of cards in your hand. At first, one, and then one by one, slowly displayed and made available to be

  • Why I Go Pink

    As I write this, I am sitting in a salon chair with pink dye drizzling down my neck. Once a year, my typically blonde hair is transformed to a new hue of bubble gum, and it tends to lead to raised eyebrows.

  • Becoming More Like Children

    Our trip to Haiti was filled with new experiences, insights, and lessons of all types, but I found the children we met to have the strongest influence on me, and to be the most inspirational.  I trust that God used us as a blessing to the kids who attend the ... Read More »
  • No Signature Necessary

    No Signature Necessary

  • Why I Go Pink

    Why I Go Pink

  • Find Your Beauty

    Find Your Beauty

  • Worth the While: Jeremiah Project

    Worth the While: Jeremiah Project

  • Nine Kinds of Generous

    Nine Kinds of Generous

    “Not speaking and speaking are both human ways of being in the world, and there are kinds and grades of each,” writes Paul Goodman in the Nine Kinds of Silence. “There is the dumb silence of slumber or apathy; the sober silence that goes with a solemn animal face; the fertile silence ... Read More »
  • Out of the Dust There is Life

    Out of the Dust There is Life

  • Pursuing Silence: Confessions of a Phone Addict

    Pursuing Silence: Confessions of a Phone Addict

  • Sit Still – Really

    Sit Still – Really

  • Sabbath

    Sabbath

  • Generosity in Cuba

    Generosity in Cuba

    We had just finished a delicious dinner of rice, beans, pork and fruit, when Inervis, the leader of the camp crew, asked us to join her and the fellow staff members in the yard. It was our last night in Camp Canaán, which is where our group spent the majority ... Read More »
  • At the Worksite

    At the Worksite

  • Toronto Student Mission Trip

    Toronto Student Mission Trip

  • The Power of People

    The Power of People

  • Creativity Crisis

    Creativity Crisis

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