It’s interesting that God has called us to this place to show love to these – the little ones – at The Salvation Army. Children have no filter and they are naturally inquisitive. Oh, and did I mention that they’re also full of energy?!?! I’m not sure what I was expecting, but I can tell
Even in everything that God has shown me since I’ve been on the road, He still found it necessary to humble me and break me at our stop in Phoenix. He showed me in an otherwise fleeting moment that He was to be exalted above all else . . . including my own pride and
Prescott is 5,368 feet above sea level which means that the air is a little thinner; but also, it’s a little cooler as well. Although we were in the dessert mountains, the temperature hovered somewhere around the 40 degree mark for the first two days that we were there . . . Not what I
Bullhead City, Arizona. Before this outreach, I didn’t even know it existed; however, after experiencing the genuine love and adoration of the people we met there, I am sure I will never forget it! If I’m being honest, when we first arrived at Bullhead City, I felt completely out of place. I had a sense
Las Vegas was probably the our most challenging stop on the outreach thus far. We were confronted by the spirit of division, the spirit of addiction, the spirit of oppression and even the spirit of death from the moment we entered the city! The great thing about this tour and the people on it is
It’s 9:30 AM local time the day after our first event here in California. I’m still on east coast time; so, I’ve been awake since around 4:00 AM . . . My other team members are still fast asleep. I figure this would be the perfect time to reflect on the event yesterday. . .