Ukraine is the largest country in Europe with a population of over 45 million. In 1991 Ukraine declared its independence but recently Russia moved to reclaim Crimea. There continues to be conflict on the Eastern side of Ukraine and close to 1 million people have been displaced. To read about how ServeNow is responding to … More Ukraine

Waiting on the Lord

I think “waiting on the Lord” is one of the single hardest aspects of the Christian life. Lately, I have been really battling my impatience and frustration over plans seemingly not working out or taking forever to work out! I have been complaining even to the Lord that it so often seems like his timing … More Waiting on the Lord

The Fear of the Lord

I think the greatest need within the “church” world is a “recapturing” of or awakening to the “fear of the Lord.” There are so many things I could point to that actually grieves my heart and I believe grieves the Holy Spirit and reveals our desperate need for this reality. For example, I just finished … More The Fear of the Lord

Floods: A Cry from Myanmar

In 2008 Cyclone Nargis devastated a country (Myanmar/Burma) that up to that point I had never heard of before. It was the worst natural disaster in Myanmar’s history. When I heard about this cyclone my heart felt like it was being “slammed” and “overwhelmed” with a compassion I have rarely felt before. I began to … More Floods: A Cry from Myanmar