Indian Churches

Indian Church reaches out to Former Sex Workers The familiar honking of horns accompanied us, as the Pastor “Rakesh” drove me to “Sita’s” church. As we weaved in and out of rickshaws and cows, I thanked the pastor for the church accepting our girls from the trafficking background. With a warm smile, he replied, “That is the kind of church we are. We are not just here for Christians, we also want to welcome unbelievers.”
Posted: April 12th, 2018 | Permalink

His Grace is Enough

His Grace is Enough for All I take a deep breath and inhale the thick scents of the city street: the aroma of spices from street vendors, the distinct smell of diesel, and the always present scent of smoke from wood burning within the city, envelopes us. We turn to walk down a narrow, bottlenecked road. It's choked with small clusters of people, littered with trash and paved with dirt and broken, uneven stones. Small dwellings with colorful curtains sandwich us on both sides.
Posted: March 16th, 2018 | Permalink

Thoughts from India

Thoughts from India Out of comfort into an adventure: I am a girl of comfort. I want my pillow, my blanket my fan and espresso. I want a soft mattress. So thankful that God delivers what I need even if I don’t get what I want. Father, lead me to go wherever you are, where you are working. Thank you, Father for Rahab’s Rope working to do what you purpose and for the opportunity to be a small part of your bigger plan.
Posted: February 28th, 2018 | Permalink

Venture into God's Love

Venture into God's Love The jet lag is real, friends, and so are the overwhelming emotions of visiting India for the first time. What better way to spend the wee hours of the morning on my second day back in the states, than trying to put into words my experience with Rahab’s Rope? I can think of no better way as I catch up on my recorded “shows,” and snuggle with my puppies.
Posted: February 21st, 2018 | Permalink

Children's Home Offering Hope

Children's Home Offering Hope I'll never forget today. This morning started out pretty normal, if waking up in India ever could be. This was an errand day for the most part. We’re preparing for a team to arrive tomorrow night that we'll be hosting so we had shopping, reorganizing, laundry, all normal things.
Posted: January 8th, 2018 | Permalink