Isaiah 54

“Sing, O barren one, who did not bear;    break forth into singing and cry aloud,    you who have not been in labor!For the children of the desolate one will be more    than the children of her who is married,” says the Lord.2 “Enlarge the place of your tent,    and let the curtains of your habitations be stretched out;do not hold back; lengthen yourContinue reading “Isaiah 54”


Different Kinds of Rules

It’s been a good week. On Wednesday we drove north to Campbell River and to a nearby provincial campsite. All reservable sites were taken but there were first-come-first-served sites were a possibility. We found a beautiful spot at the base of a hill covered by majestic firs and maples; with trunks big as two folksContinue reading “Different Kinds of Rules”

To the Island

It is interesting that direction can also be by process of elimination. We boarded the ferry early Saturday morning. Arriving, we drove to our destination, a beautiful little campsite on the edge of a river. The remainder of our first day was spent setting up tent, establishing the location of the washroom, perusing and choosingContinue reading “To the Island”

July 12th: Discerning the Exact Timing

Once it became clear that I was to give up my apartment (it’s lease was ending June 30th) the thought of a three-month ministry time to seek out the general region for a possible house of prayer simply fell into place. I’ve been navigating with the Lord in an intuitive and spirit-led way for someContinue reading “July 12th: Discerning the Exact Timing”

Our Last Decade

We are keenly aware that Capturing Courage International Ministries is transitioning from 10-years of international focus. In that time we have ministered and experienced the body of Christ in 6 countries, through 18 ministry trips to some 350 churches. Everywhere folks wanted more of what we were bringing. And so, College of Capturing Courage wasContinue reading “Our Last Decade”