Live Intentionally {Class of 2015}

For most Americans graduating high school seems like another event or stepping stone in life. Everyone and their brothers seem to have a high school diploma in the states. As Americans we rarely take a glimpse at national statistics and the reality that having a high school education is a blessing and something to cherish.

For example, according to UNICEF in Uganda in 2012 only 18.7 % of women and 16.2% males attend high school. In that same year of 2012, the USA had an all time high graduation rate of 80% according to the Washington Post. What a drastic difference!

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Plans are funny…


noun- a detailed proposal for doing or achieving something. an intention or decision about what one is going to do. a detailed diagram, drawing, or program, in particular.
verb- decide on and arrange in advance. design or make a plan of (something to be made or built).

When Chase and I set out on this journey, we were confidante, committed, ready to serve the Acholi people group and completely unaware of what journey God would take us on. Yes, we had plans and still do. But, more than ever we have grown to realize we should approach our plans as David does in Psalms as he says,

“Let me hear of your unfailing love each morning.

For I am trusting you.

Show me where to walk, for I give myself to you.”

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