Dreams come true. Sometimes it feels like a nightmare when it happens, but sometimes it evolves into a better reality than the original dream.
Today is the final day of a fundraising campaign that didn’t reach its goal, and we are thrilled about it failing. There are a couple of reasons the failure brings us pleasure. First, it is a reminder that God has called us to walk by faith in all things. The phrase, “One Step at a… Continue reading Why I am Thankful for my Failure
When I was fourteen-years-old I joined my High School’s Track Team. Impressing my classmates with my agile Kenyan-like abilities, I won the team’s MVP award and garnished the nickname “Jackrabbit Jackie” for my hare-footed speed. Okay, well maybe that’s not altogether accurate. What actually happened might have fewer accolades. During the spring semester of my… Continue reading My Favorite Shoes I Barely Wore
American journalist, Kimly Denim, thought again about the man she met crossing the street in the center of the city of Chiang Mai. Something about him had left her feeling like a fluttering teen. Was it his eyes? She closed her own and visualized his gaze. Did he really have gray eyes? It wasn’t merely his appearance. Yes,… Continue reading Kimly’s Trade, a Novel by Jackie Sill