a gradual increase. The word crescendo has been popping into my head as I walk through the streets of Sevilla, as I have had time to think about my time here and start to process the fact that my day-to-day is here, in Spain. My roommate Mitzy has been sick for the past few days … More Richly Written Crescendos in Spain
Today was kind of awesome. And scary. And at times a little awkward. Today, I got a new family, and I wouldn’t trade this day, or these people, for anything. We left Santiago this morning after climbing Cerro Santa Lucia (So. Many. Stairs.) and grabbing lunch at a local market (where I ate my first … More Adoption Day in Chile
“We don’t learn to love each other well in the easy moments. Any one is good company at a cocktail party. But love is born when we misunderstand one another and make it right. When we cry in the kitchen, when we show up uninvited with magazines and granola bars in an effort to say, … More A New Perspective on Community
My host family. Muslims. College students. High school students. Classmates. How would God use my life in Paris for four months? What would he make of my heart during this time? I had ideas of how I would selflessly serve those around me and how I would bring the Kingdom of Heaven to Paris. Then a lot happened I didn’t expect and … More The Parisian Desert: A Different Kind of Culture Shock
Want to study abroad but don’t know where to go? Or maybe you want to go everywhere and can’t narrow it down to one place. Have a heart to serve through missions but not sure where? With programs in Europe, Latin America, and Asia, Veritas Christian Study Abroad offers something for everyone. So which one … More Which Study Abroad Program is Right for Me?