Joël Malm

Why People Shoot Cops and Vote for Trump

Why People Shoot Cops and Vote for Trump

When I was in fourth grade I attended a Lutheran school run by a strict man named Mr. Darby. We all had to be in the choir. Twice per year we were required to sing at a Sunday service in the church that owned the…

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When You Wonder, “What Was That All About?”

When You Wonder, “What Was That All About?”

A few years ago I was asked to take over a ministry that had been impacting a community in Mexico for over 10 years. We moved to Acapulco. One year later we were closing up shop and driving away. I ended up shutting down the…

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Why Lacking Clarity is a Good Thing

Why Lacking Clarity is a Good Thing

A few years back I was working at a church when a homeless man walked in asking for work. Just so happened we had a project I needed done, so I took a risk and hired him. I was amazed at his work. He worked…

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Helping My Wife Give Birth From Hawaii

Helping My Wife Give Birth From Hawaii

Emily went into labor at around 12:30am. She’d been watching lots of videos and reading baby books in preparation for the moment, but when it hit she started getting nervous. Just so happened our friend Sarah who lives in Hawaii (and happens to be a…

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Day 2: I’m Already a Horrible Parent

Day 2: I’m Already a Horrible Parent

My friend Justin warned me a while back about night two with our newborn. “It’s gonna be rough bro.” Because her digestive system is still getting in sync with breastfeeding and life out here in the open air, it’s really uncomfortable for her. I’ve been…

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