Every journey has its bumps

You’ve never seen potholes until you’ve been to a Third World country. These roads aren’t fooling around. They have potholes that eat four-wheel-drive trucks for breakfast. But that’s the thing. Those trucks are made to take it. In my most recent trip to rural Haiti I personally witnessed¬†a little Ford Ranger pick-up weighed down with…

Transforming Gypsy Souls

An incredible part of my job is covering outreaches to needy people, like the Transform 2013 children’s club outreach to the Roma (gypsy) people in Albania. The Roma are one of the most underprivileged and despised people groups in Europe. It was my privilege to interview these participants and share a bit of the Roma…

The Big is in the Small

How can I even begin to reflect on everything God has done in and through me this past year? My faith, endurance and mental stability have been tested and stretched in ways I never imagined possible (like when I discovered my laptop missing at 5 a.m. in the Moscow airport, and its miraculous return via…