Meghan Tschanz

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Why the New Star Wars Movie Might Be a Little More Real Than We Think.

Last Friday, the CEO of Adventures in Missions, Seth Barnes, took out the entire office to see the new Star Wars movie. I’ll admit, I haven’t seen any of the other ones (gasp) so going into it I didn’t know much besides the name of a few major characters and that maybe the force (whatever that […]

The Truth About the Sex Trade From Someone Who Has Seen It (podcast)

  Hey friends, I know it has been forever since I have posted. And for that I am truly sorry. You see, I have been galavanting around the world, traveling to New Zealand, Texas, California, Hawaii, and New York and I haven’t had much time to post. I have been busy living, so I have […]

Disillusionment: Maybe I Can’t Change the World

Have you ever been really excited about something only to find out a bit further down the road that maybe it wasn’t what you hoped? I’ve recently gone through a bit of disillusionment with a friend very dear with to my heart, with my friend who had left the sex trade. It’s not so much […]

How A Million Moments Make A Life

Lately I have been finding myself waiting for that big moment. You know when you are so overwhelmed by God’s presence that something bubbles out of you, whether it be tears or laughter. I faithfully do my quiet time every morning, begging God to overwhelm me with his love. And every time I feel his […]

Dear Church, the World Isn’t Getting Worse.

It’s easy to think that the world is getting worse. Especially in the light of the recent events: shootings in Oregon, the earthquakes in Nepal, our current presidential candidates (joking, kind of). The media feasts on the stories of war, disasters, and deranged killers. What the media fails to cover, often times, are the good […]

How Your Words Can Prevent a Lifetime of Bondage

I don’t remember the first time I met her. She was one of nearly 35 new faces at Wipe Every Tear (WET) that had arrived in the year I had been gone. The others I knew. I had spent 2 months living with them after they made the extremely brave choice to leave the bars. […]

Syrian Refugees, Walls, and Fear: What Needs to be Said.

I think it’s easy to get scared when we think about the future. What if Trump becomes president? What if ISIS takes over America? What if China becomes more powerful than America? What if the world ends? People are scared. They’re scared of the end times, of illness, of finances, of relationships, of the next […]

Why Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) still happens today.

I wrote this blog in October 2012, and FGM still happens today. See what you can do to get involved and see an end to this practice   “Is there female circumcision in America?” Nearly every day I get asked this question at schools in Kenya, and it always takes me off guard. A large part […]

How a Syrian Boy’s Death Brought Hope to Refugees

All it took was a boy. One three-year-old boy washed up on the coast of Turkey for the world to finally pay attention. The war has been raging in Syria for three years, and collectively we just took notice. This little boy showed us that refugees matter; they’re not nameless faces. They are people with […]

He Used To Buy Girls, Until He Met Jena

This blog was written by one of my dear friends Jena Foster after meeting a John at the bars in Thailand. It’s such an amazing story that I cannot help but repost it. I met Sean a month ago. It was a rainy afternoon in Chiang Mai, and my Beauty for Ashes team waited for […]