Category Archives: testimony.

25: My Response.

Life stops for no mouse activist–not even on a Day of Silence. Below are a few photos, documenting my experience of the Invisitble Children event “25.” (Read more about the event here). A brief intro: I almost forgot about the event entirely (recalled at … Continue reading

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Following Through With Faith.

It is a narrow way, scripture tells us, to Jesus (see Matthew 7:14). Scripture also tells us that it is worth it (I don’t even know where to cite, it’s really the ongoing theme). But do I actually believe what … Continue reading

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Me, a Humanitarian?

Whew, 2 humanitarian style posts in one week!? Are you trying to tell us something here, Julia? Hmm, you have a point there. There seems to be a trend this week! (And um, there is another one coming soon…just a heads … Continue reading

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Brave in Life and Death.

I seem to forget that there are people out there fighting mountains while I complain and grit my teeth over mole hills. Reality check! I have been encouraged and humbled this week by Zac Smith’s story. He shows how to … Continue reading

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2+2=4.

Someone can tell you that 2+2=4, but until you learn the concept of addition and then see the accuracy in the formula, it’s just numbers. Someone can tell you that everything is going to be okay, but until you go … Continue reading

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This Week.

This week could make or break my year. It’s a week that I have been dreading for a while, but I’ve been praying about it fervently and the Lord has been so good–peace abounding despite the circumstances. So that was … Continue reading

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