Christian. Ex-Dancer. ESFP.


Our room and view at Pastor Munhko’s!

Because I cannot send fan mail to you yet because I just started following you, this reblog will have to do.  Hope you dont mind!

Hi Rebekah,

I just read most of your blog and I am thrilled and excited to hear about your mission now finally underway.  First off I would like to say sorry for not being able to get my car washed to help raise more funds for you to go on missions but it is what it is as of right now.   I know that it was hard and the work was tedious but that really showed how serious you were to reach God’s people.  If you can tell me how to help send funds to you that would great. Secondly, I am so excited to hear of your adventures and what great things you are doing out there so continue to do your best to keep your head above water because there will be many things you will face.  Remember that I told you that missions sort of open your eyes to the world around you and that it will definitely change your perspective on how you see ministry? Well here it all is and these are all lessons God wants you to go through so persevere!  Please keep us updated with the blog and remember to pray constantly.  As future prayer coordinator you will soon start to understand and realize just how important prayer can be if you really take the time to glorify God by trusting and obeying. Really try to understand his plans for you.  Never stop praying and trusting God because who can you really trust when you are in a foreign land and your teammates aren’t understanding what you are going through?  I remember I went through that when I was on missions too. Read [Proverbs 3] and when you get back we will discuss all about what you learned.  Remember to share your story at the end of the journey as well and we will discuss that in more detail later.  K have a good one and good luck!  -Will




I traveled for one month around California and I swear I saw the most breathtaking landscapes. It was a great experience to explorer new places, to try the local food and to meet new people. I got lucky enough to grab a few stills and I’m still working on a video.



Take me back

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Time to dust off the old blog for once.  

My mind has been restless after this whole weekend of the 40th anniversary and United.  It was the biggest event that needed to be planned, but by God’s grace we pulled it off.  Because it was so hectic these past weeks, I guess my mind and body aren’t used to all the down time that ensued after everyone packed their bags and left.  Not having to constantly stress about rides, housing, welcoming, hospitality, money, parking, etc. etc. etc… the feeling is bittersweet.  I know you might be asking why bittersweet, but it is because I had a purpose and goal that I had to accomplish.  Now that it’s all over, I don’t feel like doing anything anymore!  I find myself sitting and just staring into nothing and letting my mind go blank, not having to think about whats ahead or what is in the next coming weeks.  I really wasnt expecting this feeling after such a blessed event but now I find myself in another one of these slumps that never cease to puzzle me.  This adjustment period is going to be a tough one for sure….

On a really big side note, i’m sorry for all the things going on right now Boston.  I know that there is pain now, but in the coming weeks there will be lots of love and healing.


“For the moment all discipline seems painful rather than pleasant, but later it yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it.”

-Hebrews 12:11

reminder from kt. I’m so tired of studying but I will discipline myself. 

reminder for the next couple of weeks

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Adam and Dog.  



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Be with Him before you are with anyone else.


How quickly i forget..

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Good night, California

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What kingdom hearts game is this from?

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From Him, through Him, and to Him, are all things.: The Difficulty of a Human Heart


Time doesn’t always heal; often, it simply swallows up memories and spits them back out at some fortuitous point in life. Forgiveness, I think, transcends the test of time…just when you think you’ve truly forgiven someone, there’s a place in the heart that has been kept sealed; away from consciousness; away from daily toil; away from dealing with it because most of the time it scares the hell out of us to have to do so. To love your neighbor as yourself is a truly difficult challenge…sometimes I wonder if demonstration of that level of love unto another, even your enemy, is attainable by human standards. Faith to love and let go…sometimes, it is easy; other times, it is just so fucking hard. 

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