Prayers Offered in Faith – Sin

Dear friends, I am beyond grateful that we can share these burdens with each other. Thank you for adding staff kiddos to your prayer time. Satan has his eye on these vulnerable targets. BUT our God loves children and protects them. For this last week we will pray for our children in regards to sin. As we talk to God, let’s pray for their eyes … Continue reading Prayers Offered in Faith – Sin

Navigating STPS…As a Mom

This week we will hear from two Mommy Missionaries about their experiences at STP last summer. First up is Caryn! Ben and I love STPs! We love the change of scenery, living close to staff and students, all the fun activities, and the personal growth we experience. Each summer we have attended our season of life has looked different from the previous summer. (Not dating…dating…married … Continue reading Navigating STPS…As a Mom

Our Journey through Pornography and How to Help Someone through this Struggle

If you are a student in our ministry today you will hear the words “pornography” and “masturbation” used in a message.  Likely you will hear multiple students testimonies regarding their walk to sexual freedom and you will definitely be invited more than once to join a group to help you find freedom from sexual sin and brokenness.  Although I would say my collegiate Navs experience … Continue reading Our Journey through Pornography and How to Help Someone through this Struggle

Adoption and Ministry

For those who adopt, every journey is unique. I’ve met women who have dreamed since childhood about bringing home an orphan from overseas. For others, God uses adoption to complete a family already started with biological children. For me, the road to adoption was a long and painful one. It wasn’t something I had dreamed of since childhood. It took the laying down of one … Continue reading Adoption and Ministry

When Ministry Hurts

Fall launch approached with the mixed emotions it always brings. Our student leaders returned for our training weekend. The long days and nights of not seeing my husband had begun. I desperately wanted to stay connected to the ministry and supportive of my husband. Honestly, not for all the right reasons, some, but not all. I hustled three little boys into their shoes, once found, … Continue reading When Ministry Hurts