Wasteland Kings

Tag: perspective

“To a worm in horseradish, the world is horseradish.” Your surroundings make a powerful difference in your life. To an even greater degree, the people who surround you make a difference in your life. The people around you decide whether the world is horseradish or honey and whether you think the world is sweet or sour. I just got back from a great weekend retreat with the team from my Ethiopia retreat. We had a great time, thanks to all…

On Saturday, I made it home from another great adventure. Over the last couple of weeks, I went to Switzerland and Portugal with an old friend of mine. This wasn’t like my adventure in Ethiopia, but God worked through it all the same and brought some things to light.  As I sit at my computer and try to sort through it all, I am struggling to come up with a single theme or primary truth I gained from the trip…

Hey Everybody, In about a week, I’ll be on a plane headed for Ethiopia. I’m going with the organization e3 Partners to evangelize to those who don’t have Jesus in their life. I’m excited about this incredible opportunity and looking forward to stepping foot on that plane. I’ve been training once a month since last November and working on quite a few things. Our team has trained how to use the evangicube, give our testimony, and discuss the differences between…

Thanksgiving is a great holiday because it takes the focus off of ourselves and places it on the things that we’re thankful for. I find the holiday a little convicting though because it reminds me that I’m pretty self-centered the rest of the year. As I thought about writing a Thanksgiving blog, I realized the need to figure out how to deal with my habitual selfishness and lack of gratitude in order to change the outlook that I bring to…