Easter at Grandview Amphitheater (A Navah KC Update)

April 29, 2019 | Danielle | Missional Living | 0

Hi friends! I’ve been fast and furiously pouring every second of free time into finishing my book, I’m behind on giving you updates! First up – an Easter weekend recap! If you’ve been following the story of our church, Navah Church KC, we launched out of our building the last weekend of March and into…

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Following the Cloud with Navah

March 26, 2019 | Danielle | Kansas City, Missional Living | 0

I usually don’t blog about church itself, but I want to share what’s happening at our church now that we’ve left our building and our plan is “following the cloud” around Kansas City and becoming a scattered, nomadic church for a season. It’s a really neat story that’s just begun. I’m anticipating that God is…

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Remembering My Why in Denver

November 6, 2016 | Danielle | Missional Living | 0

I tried really hard but between the intriguing conversation with my Ethiopian taxi cab driver and the bumps from Denver’s road construction, I couldn’t seem to snap a great picture of the mountains. Not everyone’s amazing at iPhone photography. Case in point: Contrary to what the pictures may seem, the Colorado Rockies were beautiful. I…

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My Biggest Aha! from the Writer’s Conference

October 25, 2016 | Danielle | Missional Living, Writing | 5

Attended a writer’s conference over the weekend. Writer’s conference selfie. Learning how to tell better stories and offer hope to this broken world. A photo posted by Danielle Ripley-Burgess (@danielleisb) on Oct 21, 2016 at 7:59am PDT I learned I have maybe 60 seconds to convey my message right now so I’ll make it brief.…

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Learning to accept my mission field

May 6, 2016 | Danielle | Missional Living | 1

The tables were lined with colorful runners, authentically stitched by (what I imagined to be) elderly Guatemalan women with long braided hair sitting in the marketplace talking to travelers. Handmade noisemakers and dolls made the perfect centerpieces. Postcards with a photo of my friend’s beautiful family served as a “program” and explained her ministry and…

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