A Response to Redeeming Love

I just finished rereading Francine Rivers’s Redeeming Love. It’s a historical fiction based on the Old Testament book of Hosea, which tells of a prophet and his prostitute wife, Gomer. Not necessarily your Friday night rom-com. Hosea’s faithfulness to his wavering wife is used to represent God’s commitment to His nation Israel, and the same […]


Original Post Date: April 3, 2017 I was reading through a journaling app I downloaded in 2013 and came across the following entry: “I always find myself running in circles, constantly chasing after something that will make and keep me happy. I look for it in people, work, and possessions, just to be disappointed time […]

Bon Voyage!

Original Post Date: September 1, 2015 The timeline of how I got to where I am now starts in December 2012/January 2013. I was planning a trip to Dallas with my college campus ministry to attend a conference known as the World Missions Summit (WMS).┬áIn addition to college students, WMS invites missionaries from all over […]

I Surrender

August 27, 2015 This summer was quite an eventful one. I returned to Montana to work on staff for the program that inspired Into the Wilderness and quickly discovered that although it was the same program, the Lord wanted to begin a new work in me, specifically a work of surrender. I was under the […]