Cambodia bound

Well today is the day and a team of 7 is headed from South Korea to Cambodia to share the light of the gospel of Jesus. This is my first "mission trip" and I'm pretty excited to be able to go with this team. We just moved to Daegu, South Korea only in mid- September,…

Facing the military retirement transition Part 2: What are you passionate about?

What are you passionate about? Wouldn't it be great to get PAID doing what you love? I have a lot of interests. A lot. But when I narrow down what might work for me as far as getting paid in the future, I'm thinking of writing and being on church staff. Yes, I'd be willing…

A look back at my former military life review: names called, uniforms worn, recruiting campaign slogans changed.

On this date 10 years ago, I was officially honorably discharged from my time in the military. This is a look back at the names, uniforms and campaign slogans used during my 12 years of Active duty US Army service. I'm still serving today but in a different way. Ten years today discharged from the…

“How do I study God’s Word?”

original question... name has been removed to protect the innocent ūüėČ FIRST THINGS FIRST God communicates with His people in so many different ways- He is not limited. We know that there are many ways that we can communicate to him- prayer, in journaling and in talking to him‚Ķ and these are great. But we…

My journey in post high school education as a military Soldier turned Spouse

On 2015, July 12th, I shared the following on Facebook Notes.¬† Before I started blogging here on WordPress, I documented important milestones in my life and emailed them to family and posted them in various places. I wanted to rehome "My journey in Post- HS Education" story here. Subscribe¬†to¬†follow our journey¬†as a family of four…