Redeemed

I haven’t written in a while and was feeling inspired to pick it back up, so here are a few thoughts from today. I was reading in Isaiah and couldn’t help but be overwhelmed by God’s grace. “Ah, sinful nation, a people laden with iniquity, offspring of evildoers, children who deal corruptly!” – Isaiah 1:4 … More Redeemed

Be the Light

Upon arriving back home to the states, I was bombarded with the news of everything that was going wrong in the world. It was as if the foreboding spirit that had held me captive in my troubled youth had once again returned and was pulling me down into the depths of hopelessness and despair. The … More Be the Light

Love Is Patient And Kind

As Americans, we have a multitude of distractions which complicate our lives. What I’ve found most attractive about the Indian culture is its simplicity. People here are not controlled by time or technology. Maintaining relationships, spending time with people and making sure they know they are cared for is valued most in this culture. Every morning, I … More Love Is Patient And Kind

Hallowed be Your Name

Where America is anti-religious, India is very much the opposite. In the states, people have a hard time sharing their beliefs for fear of causing offense to someone. The people of India, however are very adamant about their faith; walking along the streets you can pinpoint which religion each person belongs to; whether it be … More Hallowed be Your Name