Trusting Amidst Opposition

Sitting in the hospital waiting area yesterday for my pre-op blood work felt a bit surreal. There was a certain deja vu experience - thinking that I was in the exact same place just 3 months earlier. I had ample time today to consider the past year, a journey that has been anything but calm. I feel like I was entered into some sort of recon training intensive for faith. After all, if a person wants to give their arms a workout, then they concentrate

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The Road Ahead

It is hard to believe that I am sitting at home working on my computer, just two days after brain surgery. The entire experience was a bit surreal, to say the least. All of the possibilities of what might happen, contingency plans for this and that, trying to mentally prepare for potential stroke or open head surgery, not sure what condition my head would be in when I woke. Well, here I am - no stroke, no open head surgery or Frankenstein scar, and

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Video Update

Check out this video update on April 14, 2013:

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Follow the Leader

This past summer feels like an emotional blur.  In a nutshell, I had a job change, worked with students from Spain, China, the U.S. and Ghana. I pulled a muscle in my shoulder, got Bells Palsy and a brain aneurysm, visited my father who was dying in St. Augustine, Florida and then was checked into the same hospital as a patient with a fever of 102. It may sound bleak, but on a positive note... I was able to meet some amazing students from around

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