Milton is another child that I first met at Nueva Esperanza.  He was one of the biggest kids in the center but wouldn’t hurt a fly.  He’s a gentle giant at 5 feet 4 inches.  Slightly developmentally disabled he seems a lot younger than he really is. And amidst all of the chaos and fighting…

I’m often asked “Can I really make THAT MUCH of a difference in a week?”  After many conversations and much prayer and analyzing I can say, with 100% certainty, that I don’t know.  =)  I do know that you won’t solve all the problems in Honduras in one week.  But as long as you don’t…

Blogging is something that I enjoy.  Or at least, I enjoy it in theory.  One of my favorite things about working with the kids is being able to share their stories with you and to invite you into the process of learning about and growing in and dealing with the things I’ve experienced through the…

A child that continues to be the topic of my posts is Wilmer.  Since April of last year I’ve been praying for him, looking for him, then praying for him some more.  And frankly, I’ve been quite angry with God through most of this.  I’ve prayed.  I’ve dedicated  hours and hours and hours to looking…

“No one trusts you unless you share your wounds…” Tangible Kingdom.    I admit, this statement makes me conflicted.  I want to agree with this statement.  Whole-heartedly.  Unveiling my vulnerable side of a past hurt, tragedy, misfortune allows another person to see…firstly that I am human and can be trusted because I am capable of enduring and surviving…and […]

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