One of our first days in Brazil was spent with an organization called Samaritan’s Feet. This organization devotes its time, resources, and energy into providing shoes for underprivileged youth. We traveled through some of the poorest parts of Sao Paulo in order to get to our destination, and while on the bus looking out the… Continue reading FISU Friday: Samaritan’s Feet
For the next four weeks, follow along with Megan Gustafson's experience with Athletes in Action in the 2018 FISU Pan-American Games when we traveled to São Paolo, Brazil. She will share insight from the trip, explaining what took place and how she grew. We hope that her thoughts will be an encouragement to you, as… Continue reading FISU Friday: Finding My Voice
Do you ever think you're doing pretty well and growing, and then something unexpected happens that makes you feel you've taken several steps back? That happened to me once (well, more than once, but we'll talk about this one time)... I was helping lead a trip overseas that brought on significantly more stress than normal.… Continue reading Rooted
Anyone that has sat and held a real conversation with me can quickly learn a few things about me. I live by a self made itinerary of my life, I'm not very open to ideas or suggestions that stray from my plan, and I love big words. For as long as I can remember I… Continue reading Not by Sight
Who doesn’t love the David and Goliath story? Good vs Evil. Shepherd boy vs a Giant. Slingshot vs Sword. Overcoming odds. I never tire of it. But there’s more to the story than David (and God) defeating Goliath. Often overlooked is why David used a slingshot and stones, why not the sword or armour that… Continue reading What Are Your Slingshot and Stones?