July 25th - POSTED IN Life
My life is full of BIG projects. And when I say big, I mean huge two to three year jobs that seem to drag on and on and on. Doing big things takes time, especially when you are doing them yourself, and it is very easy to get bogged down and throw in the bloody towel.
So today, I wanna share with you one way I've learned to get back up and keep moving forward...
July 22nd - POSTED IN Travel
Travel Advice is one of those broad subjects that demands entire book shelves. But, there are a few things I have learned that supersede others. These are travel lessons I've learned to live by. Break them, and bad things will happen. That's why I call them My Five Travel Commandments...
July 21st - POSTED IN God
The other day I was talking to God (prayer). He was telling me some things that I really need to get straight. I argued a little bit at first, but in the end I gave in. Some lessons are hard to accept, or rather hard to accept the fact that you have to learn the […]
July 18th - POSTED IN God
This week was stressful. We've been working hard to post-produce the next season of The Revolutionary Life before our deadline in October. We're planing two more missions in South Asia. We're writing books. We're managing finances. And on top of it all, we see so much need around us, from here to Nepal, and we wanna help.
But it has gotten a bit too heavy to carry. We are busy. We are productive. We're even spending our needed prayer time. But something has gotten off.
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July 16th - POSTED IN Travel
One of my loves is packing my backpack with as little as possible. I enjoy being minimalistic on the road. One reason I try to serve God is that, for me at least, hell would be carrying a backpack with too much crap up a never ending staircase in a busy Asian mall.
No, thank you. Life is a journey. How we pack determines so many things. Like, how fun the trip is, how much stress change brings, and so on.
But before we get to life, lets start with your backpack.
July 14th - POSTED IN Blog
As I'm still un-packing the last remaining boxes in our place here in Chattanooga, TN, where we just moved to, I'm reminded that in just a short amount of time I'll be packing my dear "Osprey" road bag for a trip back to Asia. I always joke about this, because it seems whenever I actually get around to un-packing our bags I ALWAYS seem to find myself packing our bags for yet another trip to go preach this great message of Christ to people who've never heard it.
The point of our life is [...]