Posts tagged with: journey

Changing Rhythms

This week, as the kids head back to school here in Budapest and the weather finally starts to dip below 90 degrees, I admittedly breathe a small sigh of relief. It feels good to slip back into the predictable rhythm...
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Refugees Seek Their Own “Promised Land”

I’ve heard it said that the job of a missionary is one of the most unpredictable jobs. The truth is I am blessed with the flexibility to be the hands and feet of Jesus whenever and wherever. Over the past...
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The least of these: Ministering to Refugees in Hungary

I saw her through the open flap of the tent. A young mom (the photo above is of another young mother and her son) in her 20s, a floral shawl wrapped around her head, exposing only her face. She was dressing...
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