It’s official! We’ve reached the one-year mark. One year ago, my husband, our three young kids, and I – along with 13 suitcases of everything we owned – boarded a plane and moved to South Asia, where we’ve lived, worked, and learned for 12 months now. As I reflect upon taking this giant leap of faith this time last year, I find myself stuck in a world of ...

For nearly a year before our family moved overseas, my mind was constantly processing the losses my young children would soon experience.

The first time I walked into JinXiNanFang Hospital I was eight weeks pregnant.

I’ve found myself in a new season of life. One characterized by wings, wrestling, tears, and blessing.

The State Department of the United States has numerous resources and programs that can help make traveling and living overseas safer and keep you informed about what is happening in the country where you are traveling or living.

Do you have skeletons in your closet? Our Associates in Egypt do, and he even has a name – Max.