She’s alive!

I met my daughter when she was 8 years old. God planned so that she would arrive in my life at this specific time. I didn’t see her as a newborn, but the following text tells the story of her spiritual birth, which I had the joy of being a witness of. I celebrate every day that Faith is alive, …

Having an Identity that is Durable

The other day a young lady asked me a question about her source of identity. Her confusion was grounded in whether to opt for a traditional identity in which her religious faith and family supplied her or a modern identity that secular cultural provided for her. She didn’t want to opt for an identity she felt was outdated, but neither …

Cross cultural marriage and being a foreigner

The Joy Of Marrying A Foreigner

When I married Tim almost 10 months ago, I not only got a husband; I also got a daughter, a culture, a house, a country, and a whole set of “situations.” The list continues with new friends, new traffic guidelines, new weather, new schedules, and even new garbage rules. I was not used to them, and no matter how used …

Overcoming Bias

The Bible commands Christians to share the Good News of Salvation with all the world. To effectively obey this command, we first need to establish a certain level of connection with people who are NOT like us. But how? In this video, I share some insights on how Christians can connect across racial, ethnic, and religious barriers with God’s love …