To the road that crushed my white middle-class assuredness and naiveté – I thank you.

I have a favorite kind of person. I know we’re all God’s children and we’re not supposed to have favorites, but I do. My favorite people are those who have suffered and it has strengthened and weakened them in the right ways. I love the hope found in people who have suffered and are still … Continue reading To the road that crushed my white middle-class assuredness and naiveté – I thank you.

Our New City

I wrote this a few weeks ago, about 2 weeks before my husband got a job and we moved to Baltimore, MD. But over a year ago, as we waited for that green card in Cairo, for some reason we had a hunch this was the city for us. And though my husband applied for … Continue reading Our New City

The Great Commission, Immigration, & Christian Hypocrisy — A Feature in Faithfully Magazine

Very grateful to be sharing over at Faithfully Magazine about why we can’t support both missions and a Muslim ban. * A group of friends—a married couple, their newborn and their two young, single friends—get three-month visas to visit the United States. They are Muslim missionaries, passionate about America and really want to share the … Continue reading The Great Commission, Immigration, & Christian Hypocrisy — A Feature in Faithfully Magazine