There was nothing spiritual about it. I just decided to submit an application. Then I decided to show up to meetings. Then I decided to get on an airplane.
God knew what He was doing.
And that’s how I ended up in Guatemala the first time—a trip of too many children on one seesaw and [...]
51. Reckless Faith: Let Go and Be Led by Beth Guckenberger
This book is a collection of Beth and Todd Gukenberger’s story of being missionaries in Mexico (read: Katie Davis in Mexico). The Lord has used their ministry to do some cool things and reach some neat places.
52. A Million [...]
One of my favorite Old Testament stories is about the Israelites in exile.
Ok, not that they were in exile but how they lived: guided by a cloud of fire or smoke.
When the cloud moved, they moved. When it stayed, they stayed.
In a single-digit number of days, the cloud is moving from the [...]
It happened where all good conversations in North Georgia happen: on a porch. Of course, we each had adult beverages in hand (we’re only wanna-be Southerners).
Stephanie May Wilson told me about her vision for The Lipstick Gospel—the book, not the blog. We walked through some of her concerns and her fears, her [...]
Welcome to Wacky Wednesday! The first Wednesday of every month we celebrate the ridiculous and ridiculously profound things heard or discovered throughout the previous month. I’d love to hear the wacky things you’ve heard lately too. Leave a comment at the bottom. Thanks! – Katie
Crystal: Have you had this before and would [...]
The first rock I threw out to sea was quickly picked up by a wave and delivered right back to my feet.
It seemed only fitting.
The rock represented a fear, a hurt, a history.
It representing something that I had carried with me far too long. It was part of my identity, an identity [...]
It happens every month and there’s no way to avoid it.
You swear it’s not going to happen next month but then all of the sudden it’s time for that awful moment of final hugs and tearful good-byes.
Saying good-bye 11 (or more) times was one of the reasons I didn’t want to go on [...]
I really like Ally’s work. There’s a fair amount of psychology in the book and at first I wondered what it had to do with writing at all but the more I read, the more [...]
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