Monthly Archives: February 2011

Expect the Unexpected

The longer we journey with Christ, the more He impresses upon our hearts that with Him, we must always expect the unexpected. ALWAYS. He reminded us of this truth again this afernoon as we finished up our last few hours of this mission. This … Continue reading

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Parting the Jordan

Little did we know that in order to film at the Jordan River today, we would have to ask God to part those waters one more time, just like He did for the Israelites. While we had talked through, prepared … Continue reading

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Today in Jerusalem

After spending so much time researching the walls and gates of Jerusalem in order to write Marriage on the Mend, I am speechless to finally be face-to-face with those very walls. While Marriage on the Mend used Nehemiah’s restoration of Jerusalem’s walls as its … Continue reading

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Thousands of Words

Someone once said, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” Given that, we hope and pray that this Israel photo collage speaks volumes to your hearts. God is just showing up all over the place. We’ve had spontaneous chances to … Continue reading

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All in a Day

I’m not sure I can even begin to summarize our experiences today, but I must at least write down a few highlights. We left for Jericho early this morning. When we arrived there, we were given free passes for the … Continue reading

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Carrying Hurting Marriages to the Wailing Wall

We believe in the power of prayer to heal hurting marriages. More than anything we can do for those in need, prayer must remain our priority. As a reminder of that truth, several years ago, my mom designed a beautiful … Continue reading

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Eagerness and Examination

“As soon as it was night, the brothers sent Paul and Silas away to Berea. On arriving there, they went to the Jewish synagogue. Now the Bereans were of more noble character than the Thessalonians, for they received the message … Continue reading

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