Joël Malm

Joël Malm

When Your Underwear Are Stolen at Machu Picchu

When Your Underwear Are Stolen at Machu Picchu

A few weeks ago I took a bunch of guys hiking on the Inca Trail. When we arrived in Machu Picchu after the long, dusty, four-day hike I went to change into some clean clothes after a shower and discovered that my clothes had been…

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Why You Should Stop Reading New Books (For Now)

Why You Should Stop Reading New Books (For Now)

I hated history classes in high school. In fact, I hated them in college too. But then somewhere around age twenty-two I got really interested in history. But, I wanted to study it on my own, not have someone tell it to me. I went…

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When You Are Certain The Adventure Is Over

When You Are Certain The Adventure Is Over

I’ll never forget saying our final goodbyes as we moved from Cusco, Peru back to the United States. I was really sad. I cried on the cab ride to the airport. I distinctly remember thinking: The adventure is over. I was certain that moving back…

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When You Want to Return to What’s Familiar

When You Want to Return to What’s Familiar

When Emily and I first started dating she said she was concerned about a mindset I had. I walked around with this feeling of impending doom. I was sure that at any moment God was going to sneak up from around a corner and pound…

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3 Simple Keys to Keeping Your Peace in the Midst of Terror

3 Simple Keys to Keeping Your Peace in the Midst of Terror

Another week, another deadly terror attack. It’s so sad and so scary. For someone who has had a lifelong struggle with fear events like what happened in Nice seem to confirm that my fear is pretty well-founded. Some say the world is at the worst…

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