One thing about this family that I profoundly admire is that they can always be found in the chapel.
So if you have even a tiny inkling that the Lord might be calling you to foreign missions, don’t be afraid to explore this possibility.
It is in this tension the Lord has invited me to live. Sometimes it feels like it’s manageable, but more often than not, it feels like a whole lot.
Go. Don’t think too hard. Whatever doubts you have, put them aside. Just take a leap of faith and go!
After the prayer she appeared to be a little lighter—as if a heavy weight had been lifted from her shoulders.
Our first mission is to serve and walk alongside the mothers and children that the Lord sends here, but the second is to disciple them.
It wasn’t a radical conversion or a 360 life change, it was just an amazing reminder that God is ever at work.
I encountered in the house directly across from the church the face of our Suffering Christ in the person of Tulio.
Due to the amount of ranchos that our parish priest is in charge of, he can only reach them maybe two times a year, if that.