God Operates In The Unexpected

Rarely does God work in ways in which we expect that he will. Even the non-religious among us may admit to believing that God does indeed work in “mysterious ways.”   From Genesis to Revelation we see clearly (thanks to hindsight) that God pretty much always works in the most unexpected ways. He told Abraham…

Cookie Monster Monday – The Verdict is In

And we LOST!! We made delicious Neiman Marcus cookies of urban legend fame. They were made with love by Mr. and Mrs. Walters.  We had nice newlywed serving platters, table cloths, candles and table runners but we were out done by all the single ladies.  It seems that the young crowd at Frontline Arlington choose…

My Job

I do not talk a lot about my job or what I do for a living here on my blog.  There are a lot of reasons for that, the biggest reason being this blog is an outlet and a place of creativity for me so I prefer to keep my work OUT of it when…

Cookie Monster Monday

My church has a competition between small groups each fall called Cookie Monster Monday.  All the small groups at Frontline Arlington are invited to participate.  The objective is to bake the best cookie.  Each small group who participates must bake 100 cookies for tasting and judging by all the participants of Frontline Arlington. Tonight for…

15 dollars can do more than save a life in Eburru

Now that Jeff is back from Kenya, I have compiled all his videos and photos on my computer and came out with the first of I’m sure several videos of whats going on in Eburru.  This video shows, at a very high level excatly whats going on in Eburru, a few interviews with the in…

Feed a Child, Save a Life

As many of you know, on my recent mission trip to Kenya, my medical mission team had the unique opportunity to serve two feasts to the children and families we worked with in Eburru and Kibera. I am so thrilled to share with you that these children are feasting again this week, even as we…

The Brian, Bernard and Mwangi Show

In Kenya, my dear husband made a very special friend named Bernard.  Bernard was about 4 or 5 years old and danced better than Michael, Janet, and Paula.  Seriously, this kid had a gift. Brian, thinking he may have some African roots, got his groove on with Bernard multiple times during our time in Eburru….

Who Inspires You?

This question was asked today in a meeting I attended about motivating employees. There were around 50 or so managers in the meeting, divided up at round tables of about 6 or so people each and we were asked to share around the table who is the one person in this world who has inspired…

Kenya Video: Short Version

Hello- If you tried to watch the Kenya Video yesterday and saw that it was 20 minutes and stopped, you may like this version better. Its alot of the same, boiled down into a shorter version.  And there are a couple of cameos and soundbites in the short version that you wont find in the…