21. 04. 2014
Easter morning. We all got ready for our service. Here in North Africa most of the population don't celebrate orthodox easter so we were one of very few with plans for the day. There were policement in riot gear protecting the church and keeping all vehicles/people away from the building to prevent riots. There were about 100 of us gathering to worship. It was a rough morning for me - I lost my temper, I was tired and grumpy . Truly the perfect timing to remember that God can even redeem my sinful heart.

My soul was thirsty for Easter

Last year my soul needed to be reminded of the depth of Truth that is wrapped up in the Resurrection, this year my soul needed to be reminded that our God is in...

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13. 04. 2014
8:50am - Walking to school. I walk a little over a mile from the kids school to mine each day. In the morning the streets are quiet...but you can see the butcher has already hung his meat out to dry

10-on-10 for April

This month I finally remembered to participate in taking 10 photos each hour on the 10th of the month. I decided to do the entire day using my cell-phone camera as my day...

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30. 03. 2014
city vs country

We are not not…

We love living a bit more rurally, having dirt in between our toes instead of cement and don’t mind giving up convenience for a bit of quiet. We love seeing the same people...

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10. 03. 2014
It took me 15-20 minutes to figure out how to turn it on and use it...

What things look like from here, a tour of common household encounters here.

I thought you’d enjoy a tour of things around our house that struck me as different then I was used to in my passport country. So here is a tour of things inside...

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08. 03. 2014
*photo compliments of Tohru*

Dust trails, crocodile tears and houses with wheels….

“Most TCKs go through more grief experiences by the time they are 20 than monocultural individuals do in a lifetime.” -David Pollock My children are TCK’s. Third Culture Kids are children who grow up...

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03. 03. 2014

Plants, flowers, trees, gratitude and ramblings with a sprinkling of dust

J– made a garden here. We’ve lived in three countries over the last year and in each he has created green space that is lovely. He knows the best nurseries in each country...

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28. 01. 2014
Singing prayers of surrender to God surrounding our future plans in Melut.

What do I have if I don’t have you Jesus…

“Never , in peace or war, commit your virtue or your happiness to the future. Happy work is best done by the man who takes his long-term plans somewhat lightly and works from...

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28. 01. 2014

Spiritual Life Conference 2014

We enjoyed our annual spiritual life conference this past week. It was held in the beautiful Kenyan fields where the weather was cool, the grass was green and the city was far below...

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15. 01. 2014


  I have the privileged of guest blogging today over at SIM.ORG about my favorite time of the week this past year, studying Ephesians with this group of ladies. When I realized we...

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11. 01. 2014

Location, location, location?

J. and I our entire marriage have lived a life similar to yours, one of the unexpected. Rarely have we lived where we thought we would, rarely have we done what we imagined...

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