“The more we’ve found ourselves engaging marginality, the more convinced we are the presence of Jesus is made manifest at the margins,” Jim Baker said. His deep and knowing eyes fill with passion as he speaks . . . these are the eyes of a man who has witnessed over 25 years of miracles in marginalized communities.
“How was your trip?” is the question we’ve been asked over and over since we returned home from our eight-day trip to Hungary. I know better than to give generic adjectives–”Awesome! Great! Beyond!”–as my answer.
This is the recording of our time on stage at SALT Conference in Nashville. Through a beautiful set of circumstances, the founder of this conference met one of our Ambassadors in April. She shared about The Good Story and Luke (the founder of SALT) was intrigued enough that he contacted us this summer to hear more. Next thing we know we were booked to fly to Tennessee in October to speak during the “Spotlight” on the first night.
I’ve often heard that the English language falls particularly short to adequately describe many human experiences. I have tried to sit down at my computer countless times and begin the process of shoveling deep into my heart and soul to get the words out . . . only to sit there staring at a white screen. What could possibly explain the magnitude of this trip for Ryan and myself? Ten years of prayer, yielding to the difficult and wonderful classroom of our lives, watching God reveal this vision for ministry for our marriage, and then actually doing it . . .together! Words are failing.