15 Ways to Celebrate Fall When You Live Far from It

So, it is October. But we live far from apple orchards, corn mazes, fall leaves, and chilly weather. We won’t let that keep us from enjoying fall, though! By celebrating fall here, we are also celebrating the place where God has us for now. We may not be able to jump in the leaves orContinue reading “15 Ways to Celebrate Fall When You Live Far from It”

Swirly – TCK book review 

Nothing has brought more tears and sobs than counting the cost of the impact on our kids of our life overseas. My husband and I have had many conversations about this. From the day moving was merely a possibility (and our girls were just 3.5 and 1.5) till now, we regularly assess how our childrenContinue reading “Swirly – TCK book review “

Look and Live: Sights of Christ That Thrill The Expat Heart

Photo by Slava Bowman on Unsplash Hello friend! Maybe the title caught your attention because you are a fellow expat. Or maybe you, like me, are on a quest to know the Risen Jesus more and more. Either way, I am so glad you are here. I have had at least 10 different addresses in the last 15Continue reading “Look and Live: Sights of Christ That Thrill The Expat Heart”

The Day I Heard Him Say, “You Are My People”- How Christ Satisfies The Homesick Heart

The longing to belong has been my ever present companion the past 6 years since I got married and left the Dominican Republic, my home country, for good. For 28 years I had taken for granted what it was like to belong. Being together with our church people was a way of life in theContinue reading “The Day I Heard Him Say, “You Are My People”- How Christ Satisfies The Homesick Heart”

On the Incarnation and the Joy of Nurturing Lives

“You feel like you are swaddled, right?” I was talking with a friend about some of my frustrations during this stage of life. I am a factory of projects and ministry ideas. But entering the world of those I am called to serve and becoming like them has meant saying no to pursuing many ofContinue reading “On the Incarnation and the Joy of Nurturing Lives”