As a Mennonite author and writer living in the slums of Elkhart, my writing seeks to exalt God’s hand in the broken and mundane, inspiring hope and compassion.
A Pearl in Every Cowslip’s Ear is a blog all about teaching. I post stories about my teaching and resources such as bulletin boards and school devotional notes.
People have said that I put into words what they feel. People often have unspoken questions they wrestle with. Scary questions. A vibrant life of love for God and others begins by having risky conversations putting words to these questions. That’s what we do at this blog.
We are all born to know Him. Sometimes life gets in the way of seeing the big picture… but all it takes is a moment of choosing to die … again, pressing on toward knowing our King.
a glimpse into my life as a missionary in the beautiful city of León, Nicaragua
Dewdrops of Joy – finding joy in life’s everyday things
I am a Christian, a missionary, a wife, a writer, and a mom of two young children. My blog, Dewdrops of Joy, mirrors all of that in posts of fun children’s activities, occasional written sketches of living in Africa, and things pertaining to God and, well, life. Come visit me!
I’m a Kansas farm girl doing life in a southeast Asian city, who gets confused about her identity at times. Here you’ll find random bits of poetry and glimpses of ordinary life lived in another culture.
life and theology from the perspective of Mennonite thinker
My blog gives tidbits of my life in general, around the home and farm. I also share some of the going-ons of our Brethren community.
As a missionary wife and mom of four littles, I write about mission and family life, food, and books.
a collection of snapshots from the life of an itinerant, most-of-the-time-Central American missionary girl
Radi-Call – calling young Anabaptists back to The Root
Radi-Call is a group of conservative Anabaptist youth from different states and church backgrounds who share a common love for Jesus Christ.
I live in the city, I’m an Anabaptist educator, and I love Jesus. I like to share about the things I observe both about my culture, and my students.