What I Learned about Work in 2020

As you could probably imagine, 2020 was a strange year for finishing a master’s degree and be ministering to people. For many people, 2020 was a year of hardship and isolation. And, if I am honest, 2020 was filled with seasons of discouragement and challenge in the work I am doing with homeless moms andContinue reading “What I Learned about Work in 2020”

Avoiding Burnout in Pastoring the Needy

I have been through challenging seasons of ministry. I shepherd homeless moms and kids in the Seattle area. My days in ministry are often heavy because there’s brokenness everywhere. I thrive in this setting, pointing women and children to Jesus. But there are days when stories are heavier and growth feels slow, and I crumbleContinue reading “Avoiding Burnout in Pastoring the Needy”