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LOST IN TRANSLATION

“God loves you” is one of the most misinterpreted phrases being proclaimed this day and age. Many translate the Gospel into whatever they want it to mean and sometimes confuse others around them or even themselves…

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STAINED GLASS

It was through prayer that I realized I had to invite God to do the work in my heart. After all, it was His plan in the first place, and I took over, thinking I could do a better job…

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NOT ABOUT ME

The phrase “it’s not about you” is thrown around a lot here. I thought I understood it and lived into to this concept, but apparently I didn’t fully know what it meant…

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HEALING IN HAITI

With each toothy or toothless smile, hug, and squeeze of the hand, these kids revived a bit of life I never thought I would see again, and I was finally able to return to my true hearts mission, to LOVE.

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THE POOR MAN’S DREAM

Leaving home, school, work, and friends has totally gone against all that. I will never reach the American dream as a full-time missionary. I’m the crazy guy who left school, work, family, and friends to do the complete opposite of the American dream and became poor.

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I Choose to Trust – One Year in Haiti

October 10th marked the one year anniversary of our mission team moving to Haiti and beginning mission here at the John Paul II Center for the New Evangelization! I can’t believe it has been a year, but I am blessed and encouraged by all that God has done in these […]

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Will Work For Free

The first real, check-paying job I had as a teen was babysitting in the childcare area of a Jazzercise center. I watched Finding Nemo on repeat while moms (and the occasional dad) sweat it out next door to pop music. The work wasn’t especially difficult and the money was good. […]

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Mission Glasgow

IDENTITY CONFIRM…. Just receive an Intel about a missionary that will be off the grid of Atlanta for 168 hours. About over a year ago on October 2011, we believe a parish in the country of United State of America has adopted one of our Life Teen missionaries. Evidence have […]

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God is Faithful (Part 2)

My missionary formation year at Covecrest (in Tiger, Georgia) was the greatest year of my life. And although I was hesitant to go because of my desire to only serve in Haiti, I can now say that full-time missions in Haiti would not be possible without the formation, healing, rhythm […]

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Trusting in God’s Promises

Do you ever question God or fail to trust Him completely? I wish I could say that I don’t, but even as a missionary, I’m still human, and I still question God sometimes… A little over a month ago, Life Teen started a new mission base in Houston, Texas, and […]

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