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Ruined For the Ordinary

September 2, 2016
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My life was ruined in DTS. Ruined to the point that sometimes I have a hard time remembering what it was like to live the way I used to. How freeing it has been to be ruined for the ordinary.

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The King and the Girl

August 19, 2016
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When I entered Central Asia, I was very afraid. I was afraid of being rejected by people.  I feared that I would let my team down, or that I would not be able to build friendships with the local people.  I wondered if I would get into debates with people about religion; people who would be…

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Why Don’t You Ask Me To Heal You?

June 24, 2016
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While I was on my Discipleship Training School outreach in East Asia, God revealed to me that I have anger in my heart toward Him about my genetic syndrome. I have something called Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, which means the collagen, or glue of the body, doesn’t work correctly. This means that I have loose, flexible…

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Student Spotlight: “Never Say Never.”

November 4, 2014
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Never in my life did I think I wouldn’t be going to college right now. Never would I have chosen to live in Kentucky, of all places. And never would I have predicted that I would be training to become a missionary, living with 26 other Christian women. Then God said, “Never say never!”

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