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What is Kingdom Journeys?

This year was packed full of exciting new lessons, people, changed lives, stumbled upon friendships and challenges. I was blessed in more ways than I can count in six months and God has already prepared so much for my future. To give a full update on every story, revelation or challenge would take forever. I do, however, want to share a general update of all the incredible work that the KJ team di...

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little sparrow in a fence.

God Speaking Through a Sparrow

I’ve been noticing for a few months how, I’ve honestly felt like, God was using animals to show His love towards me.  Squirrels seeming like they are staring at me, peering into my heart.  Birds hopping all around me while I sit on a park bench; catching myself throwing them a few scraps of food as they come unusually close.  Even dogs, when I need it most, coming up to me and becoming...

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Mountain view on the Camino de Santiago

I Can Not Walk

The past week or so I have been struggling with really bad tendinitis that has kept me from walking on the Camino.  My hamstring was healed by Tom praying for it like I explained in a blog a few days ago, but soon after that my ankles started to give me a lot of problems.  It’s been a challenging time for me because I have had to take buses, trains and taxis to catch up with the guys when I ...

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A Group of 12

A Group of 12

Kingdom Journeys is unique. We have six members, two staff coaches and four mentors on the field right now. Glace, one of the mentors, pointed out the fact that God has brought 12 men together to start Kingdom Journeys. There were 12 tribes of Israel. And, 12 sons of Jacob. At age 12, Jesus first appeared at the temple. Jesus chose 12 disciples. All through out scripture God is foreshadowing and i...

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Camino de Santiago with Kingdom Journeys

Boundaries are a Boundary

I use boundaries and have them in my life but I’m wondering if they are just something we’ve accepted as a “Christian practice” instead of what Jesus and the Bible tell us how to live.  I’m even wondering if there are healthy boundaries… I’ve been wrestling with the idea that boundaries actually create a boundary from the Holy Spirit moving in our lives.  ...

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Camino de Santiago with Kingdom Journeys

Praying for Healing on the Camino de Santiago

Today, my leg was healed by Tom from Northern Ireland. The Camino has a unique community about it, one like I haven’t seen very often… If you have been on the World Race, it’s very similar to the way your squad bonds so quickly.  You walk with the same people every day, see them every night and almost all are all caring, serving and preferring others in front of themselves. I have been...

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He is Jealous for Me

He is Jealous for Me

We have been walking the Camino de Santiago now for two days, the first day was 19 miles and today was 12 miles in the freezing rain.  It’s been a tough few days walking for an entire day with a big pack on my back, I just assumed the Camino was an easy thing but it’s not. Neil shared something with me today that really hit me to my core and resonated deep in my soul. He is jealous for...

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Hobbit dinner party is a great example of community.

Spain is Rich with Community

It’s incredible to me that God brought us to Spain to start Kingdom Journeys.  I’ve just seen so much from the way this culture lives their lives that it makes sense to me that God would want us to begin in such a rich place. This country is rich with community. Dinner here doesn’t start until about 8PM each night for the Spanish people and they want to spend at least 2 hours at ...

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Climbing the Levels of My Spiritual Life

Climbing the Levels of My Spiritual Life

Kingdom Journeys is less than a week from launching in Spain with a marathon and walking the Camino de Santiago.  I am currently in Spain with Justin and we are exploring the country a little bit before the launch.  Hoping to get some time to listen to the Lord about what He is wanting to do in our lives while we are in this country. He spoke to me yesterday as I was running around the city of Ali...

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The Way of St. James – 500 Mile Pilgrimage

The Way of St. James – 500 Mile Pilgrimage

I leave in less than a month for Kingdom Journeys.  We are launching from Spain by running a marathon (26.2 miles) in Vitoria then turning right around and doing a 500 mile pilgrimage across northern Spain. We will be walking on El Camino de Santiago or The Way of St. James for 31 days on a trail that has been followed by thousands of pilgrims for many centuries.  It’s incredible to think th...

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