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Heart of Worship

Heart of Worship

When I think of worship, I think of a power bigger than my own, I think of the impossible being made possible, and I think of breakthrough...

Empty Cobblestone Streets

Empty Cobblestone Streets

Cobblestone pathways, the laughter of small children and a radiant lady made that day in Cusco, Peru very different to the others. As we walked up the pavement thinking we were heading home after a long afternoon of ministry, God had...

Peru Part One // Dirty Feet, Guitar Strings, and Niños

Peru Part One // Dirty Feet, Guitar Strings, and Niños

As I go in to schools I often teach kids about comparison. I teach them about embracing themselves so that they can celebrate who they are and the gifts God has given them. As we prepared for our trip to Peru, we had a few things planned, but...

Off the beaten path

Off the beaten path

Once again, I just wanted to thank all of you who have supported me financially, spiritually, and/or emotionally during my trip to Peru. I’m even more thankful now that I have lived through the experience and I have seen what God...

A Twisted Perspective of a God We Call "Good"

A Twisted Perspective of a God We Call "Good"

For some reason I thought that if I really wanted something it probably wasn't what God wanted, therefore, I was meant to do without it. #selfsacrifice #dieflesh! But maybe, if I didn't act like I really wanted it, and just became...

The Unknown Irrelevance of Success

The Unknown Irrelevance of Success

I was recently asked a question that made me think about my process as a worship leader. How do I lead? Why do I lead the way I do? What gives weight to what I do? As I struggled to find the words to communicate my heart...

Shallow Exploration Leads to Shallow Belief

Shallow Exploration Leads to Shallow Belief

I came back to YWAM because I think I’m like a lot of people, in that I want to make a difference in the world. I want to make a statement. For God, for social justice, for whatever. In doing so, though, sometimes I find myself...

Develop Yo Self

Develop Yo Self

In YWAM our motto is: "Know God and make Him known." The focus is on first knowing God and then making Him known. That is where this ministry was birthed from. It focuses on developing the heart culture of a people...