Ramona & Molly.

[Risks No. 840 & 841] I had to drop off a package today at Fedex/kinko’s. As I walked in the ladies behind the counter asked me how I was doing. …

Juliette & Crepes.

[Risks No. 838 & 839] Juliette & her friend were working at Crepes & Waffles in Bogota. My kids were so stoked to have food they were familiar with. I …

Stephanie & Angie.

[Risks No. 809 + 810] My time in South America with my family was amazing but it also put me way behind in catching up on risks. Can’t wait to share …

Risk Combo.

[Risks No. 792 – 800] I once again find myself in this awkward rut: more risks taken than what I’m able to keep up with here in posting. Since Turkey …

Kristy.

[Risk No. 788] Kristy was working at the walk-in clinic desk and had a fairly similar haircut to what I’m sporting right now and we fist-bumped over the cuts. Cute …

Turkey (Part Two).

[Risks No. 767-769]  Our three-van caravan traveled Southeast from Bursa through dry dessert mountains to the European resort/beach/vacation town of Antalya on the crystal-clear Mediterranean Sea. Antalya was also the …

Kate.

[Risk No. 760] Kate was a server at Bombay Bistro where I was meeting a friend. When I had first asked her name she shared it and then responded that …

Mike & Angela.

[Risks No. 749 & 750] It was soccer time at the park with David and Joani. I noticed a man with a sling around his arm.  I wanted to pray …

Carlos y Monica.

[Risks No. 745 & 746] El Jaliciense in East Nashville = great tacos and Mexican cokes. We asked our waitress and the man at the cash register how we could pray. …

Sarah.

[Risk No. 728] David wanted a Cuban sandwich and that meant a trip to the Publix bakery & deli for the right bread and filling. Asked how we could pray for Sarah …