On paper it looked simple.
Dial the numbers and start the call. Only, the last time I tried this I had failed to connect with someone on the other line repeatedly. I was getting familiar with the message, “The call you are trying to place cannot be completed. Goodbye.”
Today I’m sharing three lessons I learned from my Facebook live conversation with Daya, Nyanpal, and Alicia in honor of World Refugee Day.
As we approach World Refugee Day on June 20, I’m pointing out five different ways you and I can stand with refugees.
As a college student, time is a precious resource. When you’re not in class, your day can quickly be consumed by homework, a job, exercise, eating, and (if you’re lucky) getting the highly-recommended-but-ever-so-elusive eight hours of sleep. Oftentimes, as college students, when you manage to carve out some free time, the first thought is what can I do for myself?
But Charissa asked a different question.
In the previous blog, we discovered how to use God's gifts of serving, teaching, and encouraging to share the gospel. But what about the next three gifts—giving, leading, and showing mercy? Those gifts only apply to wealthy, influential people. Right? Well, not quite...