Ashley Mullins

Press Service International

Ashley Mullins is the wife of Chris and a new employee at a health insurance company. They currently live in Spokane, Washington after a time of being far away, first in the Los Angeles area in California and then in Malawi, Africa for a year.

  • Seek to show hospitality

    I was welcomed In my early twenties I decided to move a thousand miles away from my close-knit group of friends. ...

  • Gratitude as a weapon

    Being thankful is more than just posting on social media about the good things in your life (#blessed). As Christians, we have such reasons for giving thanks! We don’t thank the universe; we give thanks to God – the Creator and Sovereign of the entire universe who gives us both good things to enjoy and hard things to endure.

  • The Gospel for Everyone

    I grew up in the church. I heard altar call after altar call growing up and had genuine belief in God at a young age. Nevertheless, my understanding of the gospel was underdeveloped. I thought the gospel was something that unbelievers needed to hear, not something that I needed.

  • View - What are You Waiting For?

    Like many of you, I am well acquainted with waiting and disappointments. After getting married in my mid-twenties - with plenty of waiting and disappointments before - we started trying to have a baby. I’ve always wanted to be a mother and imagined we would get pregnant right away.

  • Three Ways Closer

    This week my husband and I celebrated five years of marriage. Five years seemed like a very long time when we were first married but now it feels like no time at all. We’re not quite newlyweds but still feel like it in many ways!

  • Living, loving, leaving

    Transition is hard. I’ve been thinking of that more as we, less than a year later, are in another time of transition. We are saying goodbye to our friends in Malawi and returning to the United States. After two years away and some huge life experiences under our belts – and two years of life that happened to our friends and family we’re returning to, we realize that it’s not going to actually be home for a long time.

  • All you need is love

    My husband and I have been studying Galatians together recently and last week we came to the “fruit of the Spirit” section.

  • Life is pain

    I woke up this morning and stepped out of bed gingerly, flexing my ankle to test it. Would I be able to walk comfortably today?

  • Where am I going? Making life decisions

    When I was twelve years old, I was certain about my future. I was going to be a missionary in Africa.