How I Met My Husband

On October 29, 2012 By
I am very happily ceding my normal blog space here at today to my good friend, Sarah Quezada.  Sarah works with Mission Year—a fantastic organization providing year-long urban ministry placements for young adults—and has served in a leadership cohort with me through the Christian Community Development Association.  Over the next five […]Continue Reading
Guest Blog by: Sarah Quezada **Republished with permission from the author. The original blog post can be found on here on her website** Last week I sat in the hospital waiting room while my sister anticipated the arrival of my dear nephew. While I’m sure two days of labor were difficult for her, […]Continue Reading
Guest blog by:  Dustin White What was intended to be a carefree vacation in celebration of our wedding anniversary turned out to be a sobering reminder of our nation’s horrific past. It was also a grim realization we have still have not completely escaped. My wife and I travelled to Charleston, South Carolina, a city […]Continue Reading
Guest Blog by: Sarah Quezada When my husband Billy came to California from Guatemala, he got a job as a laborer on an underground cable construction crew.  During the next couple of years, he was promoted through the company and began working as a lead inspector.  His bosses loved him. He was hard working, […]Continue Reading

Unmasking Fear

On February 22, 2011 By
Love is the impulse that allowed Jesus to migrate from his place of celestial power to take on the form of a third-class servant who rode an ass and withstood the insults of those who feared him. We must follow in His steps. Silence is complicity and fear is its accomplice. May we replace silence with joyful proclamations of a blessed King who comes in the name of the Lord to infuse us with a fearless love that makes all of us cross borders of fear.Continue Reading
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