This was one of many Facebook posts I made from South Africa during my first trip back. Originally posted March 18, 2018; time references date from then.
“All meaningful relationships start with a conversation and not a presentation,” (source unspecified, quoted this morning by the preacher at our old church in Cape Town).
I want to tell you about Sandile Dlomo, the young man whose picture I shared last Wednesday, and how God put him onto my heart. Continue reading
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Tags: brief connections, caring for others, caring for self, counseling, homeless, identity, listening, made in God's image, ministry, sharing God's love, when helping hurts
Billy and I are a lot alike. We both love hamburgers, chocolate milk, and Legos, airplanes, building things (and crashing them together), rough-housing and tickles, and telling Sophie what a good dog she is.
We’re also different in some ways. Continue reading
Tracy writes about her imminent short-term missions trip to Zambia.
It’s so exciting to know that in less than 8 hours, I will be heading back to Africa! It has been 10 years, 2 kids, 2 jobs, 3 houses, and the same very supportive husband since I have been to the African continent. Continue reading