October 27, 2017

Comfort & Discomfort

It’s weird to think I’ve been in Kauai for a month. It’s even weirder to think that a month ago, the people that now feel like family were just a anticipated idea in my mind. The past month, I have been to Hanalei Bay, Kalapaki Beach, Sleeping Giant Trail, Awa’awapuhi Trail in Kokee, and many

July 24, 2017

Simple Obedience

It’s April 4, 2016. I’m standing on the field of the colosseum in Los Angeles. A woman is on stage saying “Go to Nepal where you will live in constant discomfort, because the Lamb is Worthy!” The crazy part is , I had no idea that God was going to send me to Nepal during

June 29, 2017

What Happens When You Give God Your Plans

  Maria Daughtry stood in front of us, her palm outstretched as she spoke a sentence that nearly brought tears to my eyes. “Feel free to plan, but hold those plans with an open palm,” she then continued to joke about calling a DTS a “gap year” and I laughed at the fact that I

April 3, 2017

Himalayan Revelation

People usually go into missions with certain expectations: to see God work amazing healings, to struggle with the new experience of language barriers, and to get sick in some form or fashion. What people usually don’t see coming, however, is that missions is more about what God does in you rather than what He does

November 1, 2016

Meet the DTS Students!

On September 9th we had 10 young adults join our Ohana – and we have fallen in love with each and every one of them. As a ministry, we are honored to play a small part in the radical things that God is doing in their hearts and through their lives. It has been a

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