“But, you will never have a home”, said my pragmatic Asian mom in empathetic response to the vision I had for my twenties:
“If you had a time machine and could travel to any time in the past or future, where would we go?”
“Is it possible that there is more to life than this?” That question would haunt me for most of my life.
March 17 | Pondering over the promises of Psalm 91:four and of “uncommon women”.
This unexpected conversation with a jovial elder businessman deeply touched me during Messenger Cup this week.
To those who hunger… This is an email I received in response to a previous blog post.
Timely reminders of how God is rebuilding my life, and why I decided to go to Seminary.
Learning Spanish has taught me more than a new language, it’s taught me about the process of growing faith.
Caught this moment during our stop over in Beijing and didn’t think twice about. But today, it got me thinking about thirst.
Some friendships that are just… different. Can’t quite explain it, but it’s kinda like this running analogy:
How I met Jan, when I knew that she was the girl I’d marry, and why I believe in the power of prayer.
My Hepatitis B Story: How an unexpected diagnosis helped fuel my advocacy for moms and children around the globe.