On the Mountains- 2/29/20

More thoughts from living in Norway (:  I think back to when I started this journey, and soon after created and named this blog: Go Tell It on the Mountains. To me, back then, it meant one South Asian country where snowy mountains rise above the clouds, where prayer flags wave in the wind, a … Continue reading On the Mountains- 2/29/20

Daydreams and Deserts- 2/29/20

Posting this, which I wrote the first weekend in March (pre-Coronavirus). I ended up evacuating Norway the week before we were supposed to leave on outreach, and I'm now in Tennessee. I have writers block at the moment- probably from too many what-ifs as far as what could be next in the fall, and too … Continue reading Daydreams and Deserts- 2/29/20

Changing tides

Well, its been awhile. I moved to Kona, most people know that, and just finished the second week of the Modules of Midwifery school. Life is crazy, in a normal kind of way. Although it's still busy and new, it's also settled into a kind-of rhythm between class and Church, small group and homework, friends … Continue reading Changing tides

Of Courage and Community

So quick life update here: I’m leaving for missionary Midwifery school in like 24 days! And no, I’m not fully funded (or anywhere particularly close to that); the link to give is http://www.bedrockbozeman.com; the "give" button is in the top right-hand corner and "South Asia missions" is in the dropdown list next to the amount. … Continue reading Of Courage and Community

To the Wild Child (and the Church that doesn’t know what to do with them)

Dear Wild Child, The world (and the Church) has never quite known what to do with you. Not quite fitting in the box, and not quite wanting to. The crazy one who fell in love with a wild, crazy, dangerous God. The one who so often feels silenced, invisible, because when you speak you’re told … Continue reading To the Wild Child (and the Church that doesn’t know what to do with them)

God in the Busyness

  Well, I leave for Malawi in 5 days. The last 3 weeks since getting home from South Asia have been far from relaxing between finishing finals, serving in a Vacation Bible School here in Bozeman, packing (which I’ve been lagging on), and fundraising (which still isn’t done). Can I just say that packing is … Continue reading God in the Busyness