Ensenada 2017

“You know, my grandfather told me that I would make friendships and memories that would last me a lifetime on this trip. At first I thought he was just trying to hype me up, you know? But now I don’t think he was wrong.” — Aaron Dent, on the way home from Ensenada While we planned and prepared for the Ensenada house-build, I remember thinking, “I’m gonna get to surf, take artsy pictures, eat tacos, meet people from all around the world…blah, blah, blah…” and I did. But everything else that happened in this one week made all those first-world agendas seem extremely insignificant. This family—this wonderful, beautiful family—changed me far, far more than I could ever hope to change them. How d

Provision, Will and Timing

This week’s teaching will be on Psalm 131—a song of hope in the midst of unmet expectations. As the teaching team met yesterday morning, we discussed how believers maintain hope in God’s truths. We have hope because of the things we’ve seen God do, the stories we’ve read in the Bible, and because of our growth in relationship with Him, which helps us better know His character. The hard thing is, sometimes we may not see full justice or complete answers in our own lifetimes, and that’s hard to swallow. We want to have our stories close up nicely, but faith can be difficult that way. I’ve been mulling a lot of things over the last few days. When people say, “It will all happen in God’s timing,

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