Month: January 2017

  • Take Me Back to Egypt!

    Take Me Back to Egypt!

    Numbers 14:1 Then the whole community began weeping aloud, and they cried all night.2 Their voices rose in a great chorus of protest against Moses and Aaron. “If only we had died in Egypt, or even here in the wilderness!” they complained. 3 “Why is the Lord taking us to this country only to have us die in […]

  • The Beautiful Wishes with a Truth Tree

    The Beautiful Wishes with a Truth Tree

    “I forgot to show you my story!” my little sister (Big Brothers Big Sisters) shouted from the backseat as we drove to the movie theater for our weekly outing. “You wrote a story?” I asked, pride swelling. Creativity is one of those things that makes me feel most alive, and seeing this ten-year-old girl get […]

  • The Gamble: A 2016 Poem

    The Gamble: A 2016 Poem

    A lot of crazy things happened in the world in 2016, but the following poem is more of a reflection of a personal journey of which I am still chaotically in process than a commentary on recent events. I hope it can encourage you in your own life story. Near the beginning of the year, I decided […]