Tag Archives: Joannah Zimmerman

Breakthrough

I don’t know if it’s just me or the fact that I was raised hearing, breathing, living missions, but whenever I hear stuff I usually try applying them to a missional sense. When we picked Breakthrough for the theme of … Continue reading

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Family Mission

Empty (Disciples) All my devotion and misguided loyalty Swinging my sword in the garden while you pray for your enemies All my allegiance, I loved You and You alone But who’d believe that I could mean it now that the … Continue reading

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God’s Faithful Blessings

  Saying that we believe God is in control and has a reason for every trial, problem, and difficult place/time is one thing, but when we’re in those situations it’s easy to panic and act like it’s all on us … Continue reading

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Family Mission- Fear of Family

  Family is the hardest mission field.  Why is that so?  Because family are the people that you are the most real with, the people that know all your dumb jokes, silly habits (and where you got them), how you … Continue reading

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The Beginning- Interview

1. How long have you been friends? Well over two years, but they had known of each other. Jess finally messaged Johanna about blogging and their relationship just grew from there. 2. What were the goals you wanted to achieve with … Continue reading

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