A fresh start. That’s what I need. Or the undo button, so I can modify last year. This is not an uncommon wish for many of us at the closing of a year or the opening of a new one. Sometimes, we had a great year. Sometimes, we had a not-so-bad year. Oftentimes, we had […]
About Kezia Lewis
Kezia resides with her husband, Jason, in Krabi, Thailand where she serves alongside him in the ministry under Sowers International and teaches English at a local Thai school. She and her sister were named by her mom (who has not read the Bible before that) after two of Job’s new daughters (Job 42:14). She sees that as God telling her she is "His daughter.” She loves to call God as Father for He is that to her. She feels particularly calm when it rains and loves to be near any body of water.
She blogs at kezia-lewis.com.
Entries by Kezia Lewis
I am a full-time missionary. But I wasn’t always one. To serve full-time in the mission field was perhaps the hardest decision I have ever made in my life.
I did it again. I bought a dress. I couldn’t help it. It was so cheap. I didn’t need it. Me and dresses, we have this dalliance going on for quite some time.
A while ago, I was online chatting with an old college friend who suddenly sent me a message saying that I have “a beautiful life.”
I battled with insecurities, feelings of inadequacy, and ugliness for as long as I can remember. In those unpleasant moments, I sometimes wonder: Do other women feel the same way?
Last night, I read an encouraging blog that a friend shared on her Facebook wall. It talked about how easy it is to praise God when all is well in life, and how we tend to question God when we are suffering.
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