It has been approximately two months now since my final day in the office. Except my final day actually consisted of catching a flight from Argentina back to Atlanta, to catch another flight back to Texas where I could spend the holidays with my family.
Goodbyes become normal in our community; we have a metaphorical revolving door at the front of our office that is continually set on a spin cycle. It’s difficult and beautiful and an incredible opportunity to learn how to dive deep, love deeper, and send people off with joy, celebration, and rejoicing. But it’s also a timeContinue reading “still I will trust You”
“I once asked myself how to stop wanting something. The only thing I heard back was that I had to start wanting something else more. So began the transition into the new season of what I pray actually gets me to that point. And here now is where you find me; three months later onContinue reading “it’s about that time”
I’m currently sitting under a pavilion in White River, South Africa. We’re staying at Manna Christian Fellowship, a church that welcomed in our entire squad for free after we realized we were up a river with no paddle and nowhere to stay at the end of month four. So we’re utilizing tents and hammocks whileContinue reading “squad leading is over”
I was still in Georgia, walking back to the car in a joy filled mood after a winning game and the traditional Friday night firework show to cap it all off. We walked slow, letting the crowd file out as to enjoy the weather of a summer’s day end; stalling in the parking lot as weContinue reading “baseball, a beggar and the body”