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The Throne of Convenience

Sometimes it takes a mere moment of delay in a traffic jam to bring out that huff, “this is not convenient”. Other times it comes with those two pink lines. Seeing everything she would have to give up to keep the coming tiny human alive. She utters a resentful “this

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Avèk

“One day I want to marry with you.” Thus began my now-husband’s request for us to pursue a serious relationship. In Creole “marry me” is replaced with “marye avèk mwen” (marry with me). There are other things like this in the language. Love with me. Talk with me. Kiss with

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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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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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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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A Lesson on Fear

On that day, when evening had come, he said to them, “Let us go across to the other side.” And leaving the crowd, they took him with them in the boat, just as he was. And other boats were with him. And a great windstorm arose, and the waves were

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A Ready Christian

The short book of Titus is a letter from the apostle Paul to a young pastor charged with setting in order the church of Crete.  Paul urges him to choose Godly men as elders and leaders of the congregation. He goes on to define the characteristics that should define the

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Broken Cisterns

For my people have committed two evils: they have forsaken Me, the ​fountain of living waters​, and hewed out cisterns for themselves, ​broken cisterns​ that can hold no water. Jeremiah 2:13 A cistern is a large concrete pit in the ground with a lid on top. It collects and holds

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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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