Germany is very orderly in all things and I think today was designated as the day the leaves fall off the trees. We’ve had beautiful weather and it’s a great time of year to explore the continent! This article from thepointsguy.com highlights some great destinations. The American road trip may
It’s “What we’re reading Wednesday!” This week I wanted to share an article that reinforces some of the things we and our YouthCompass staff are intentional about in keeping up with student culture. In 20 years of working with students, there are a few things that have not changed, but youth
Our lives are part of an epic, eternal story and I think fun is a big part of that. It is not an escaping from reality—but entering it more fully.
This past weekend we were planning on escaping and going with friends to Paris. There were a number of things leading up to the weekend making it clear that we shouldn’t go. That created space and a weekend at home to catch up on a few things. We did however
Like always this is much overdue, but at least we’re consistent! Below is a link to our latest update and newsletter. We are so grateful for all of you who partner with us in this great adventure. Blessings, Brice and Julie Winter_Spring Update from the Johnsons!
Kim Jong-Un’s recent call for the execution of 33 Christians is a call to prayer and a reminder of a missed opportunity with an international school student in the 1990s. The following content is from Thomas Speckhardt, YouthCompass International. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ The capital of North Korea lies over 5000 miles away