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On Marital Conflict

I was recently asked to share some of the ways Nelson and I have grown or learned to do conflict better since being married, specifically from the viewpoint of an intercultural-couple. My husband and I are celebrating our second anniversary in July! I feel unlearned to answer such questions, having

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A Lessons on God’s heart from Jonah

You can read my first post from Jonah here. Jonah ran from God’s call. In the end, he does turn around and go. He comes to the end of himself, and God gives him a second chance. Often, in Bible storybooks, this is where the story of Jonah ends, on

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Ending The Year Well

New Year’s resolutions and a celebration of a new beginning fill every January 1st. A fresh new year with no mistakes yet holds mystery and refreshment. Sometimes a feeling of relief of having made it. In the US fireworks, and shouts mark the new year. In Haiti, people fire celebratory

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A Lesson on Calling From Jonah

Studying Jonah has produced more awareness of the Jonah seasons of my life. A Jonah season, by my definition, is a season during which my calling feels hard. A season where God asks me to do something uncomfortable or countercultural, where I feel like running from my calling. The pressing

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On The Horizon

Though the world around us may be shaking Though the darkness rolls in like a floodWe will fix our eyes on what’s unchanging Standing on the truth of who you are Not even now are You defeatedNot even now are we aloneNot even now are you less than almighty God Not

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The Tower and The Trenches

The Lord was chiding me this morning, “What is that to you? You follow me”.  I tend to live some seasons of my life in a tower, with a great view of everyone else’s. Those who are doing more important work than my little attempts at ministry. Those who began

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Quiet Laborers

Is this dinner for us? It was a while ago now, but it has stayed with me. I was in the kitchen, as I often am, preparing a meal. When my youngest brother came over. He is the thinker, the verbal processor, the one who is always asking questions and

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Not Your Mission Field

A scene from a movie has come to mind a lot lately as I’ve wrestled with this post. Though I haven’t watched it in years, I remember the impact it had on me. It is something that has been a burden on my heart for weeks.  In the scene, a

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Anti-anxiety

Sticking with the theme of the last post, I now want to turn to 5 practical ways to overcome fear and anxiety drawn from the Word of God and my own experience. I overcame that stronghold in my own life last year.  Let’s dive in.  1. Realize fear and anxiety

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Hi! I’m Rachel. Through a series of God orchestrated events I ended up in Haiti, in 2017.  Through years of serving with a ministry there I came to love the country and its people. I met Nelson and we got married in 2020. It was the best decision of my life! 

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