Walking cities across America to #EndPoverty

In 2 days I'll arrive in Denver where I am planning all-day walks of the city in the first 10 days of September to raise awareness and funds for nonprofits and ministries that serve the homeless who live in the "Mile High City." I've started reaching out to groups who serve the homeless in Denver to … Continue reading Walking cities across America to #EndPoverty

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Liberty Adoption Advocates

Liberty Adoption Advocates is a nonprofit organization based in Redmond, Wa. that provides financial assistance to families who wish to adopt and give a child the love and care they need. There are many families across that United States who wish to adopt a child. Unfortunately, the legal system often comes with fees as much … Continue reading Liberty Adoption Advocates

What Is A Pilgrim?

The word "pilgrim" is defined by Merriam-Webster's dictionary as: someone who travels to a holy place. In other words, a pilgrim is a person who is on a journey with their eyes fixed on something that is born of truth. Although a pilgrim is one who wanders, they do not wander aimlessly. A pilgrim wanders … Continue reading What Is A Pilgrim?

Freedom is Home

Freedom is our home. It is the place we were born, the place we are, the place we are going. We are explorers launching ourselves into the world to discover the many faces and aspects the fruit of freedom presents. All that has enslaved will dissolve as we shed our scars that are no longer … Continue reading Freedom is Home

Walking where water meets land: What produces freedom?

There is something quite interesting to me about walking beside the coast where ocean meets land. The coast is a strange convergence of realms. On one side you have a vast expanse of water, uninhibited from contact with the day-to-day busyness and activities of us "land-dwellers." I often walk along the shore contemplating the underwater … Continue reading Walking where water meets land: What produces freedom?

Life Gets Better From Here

He was staggering the campgrounds scratching his scalp, aimless and with a most worried look on his face. His name was was David and within the first few minutes (sometimes seconds) he would explain to whomever he met that his wife was murdered and his son committed suicide one week after. Those events occurred two … Continue reading Life Gets Better From Here