Wow… I forgot what Mother’s Day meant last year (2019) for us here on Camp Walker in Daegu, South Korea. It meant “goodbye” to the on-post church worship service I called my home since committing to a church after moving here from the United States due to the military. We weren’t meant to continue growingContinue reading Being Intentional with Church during separation
I wanted to update everyone with my new plans for my blog starting next week! You can watch my FB Live video from this afternoon posted below or listen as I read this blog post to you. I’m sharing with you about the DFIC Cambodia Missions Presentation on 1 December, the new “Sincerely Sejana” videoContinue reading New Ventures on the Horizon
This was the testimony I shared today to the youth and leaders at the Cambodia Youth Mission Conference. Of course when you didn’t prepare well and you don’t look at the notes you scribbled down for yourself, when you finish, you realize things you could have said to neatly wrap up the points you wereContinue reading How I came to know Jesus | Cambodia 2019
The theme of wisdom from the book of Proverbs brought a wide variety of speakers who talked on content ranging from living wisely, trust, friendships, disappointments, self-discipline and more when tuning into the #ifgathering2019 live stream sessions. This final blog on this gathering for the year includes my own summary for each speaker’s topic. Why?Continue reading #ifgathering2019 last day summary
Um, I think you messed up on that title. It says “#ifgathering2019 Session 2 or 3.” Well you are correct. Yes, it does say that. But I didn’t mess up. “Many are the plans in the mind of a man, but it is the purpose of the LORD that will stand.” (Proverbs 19:21 ESV) So whatContinue reading #ifgathering2019 Session 2 or 3
My children, especially my daughter, loves to give me the death glare (that she learned from her dad) and yank on my arm at the end of church service when her and her brother see me mingling with other people because they are ready to leave as soon as the closing prayer is over. InContinue reading Why do you talk so much?