Many evenings a group of us would walk the trail near campus. I loved these walks to be outside and see God’s beauty all around me. We processed together what we learned that day and had meaningful conversations about life and future ministries.
House of Hope doctors and dentists are being salt when they provide free health-care with bi-monthly mobile clinics.
I have exciting news to share with you! As of March 1st, I became an Appointed Global Servant to Bolivia through International Ministries!
There is something very special about flying into a city where you know that this is where God has called you and that soon you will call home. Last week I looked out my window as we were about to touch down in Santa Cruz de la Sierra and my heart was filled with joy, excitement, and gratitude. God has been very faithful during this discernment process and I’m beyond thrilled to see what God has planned for me and my ministry with the House of Hope.
I have much to be thankful for this year! I am very thankful for all of you! I know I can count on your prayers, encouragement, and your financial support so I can continue on this journey that God is calling me on. I praise God because of you and churches who give generously to my ministry in Bolivia.
It is said that there are six degrees of separation between everyone in the world. In the last couple months of visiting with churches and attending regional events, I have found that it is true, and within the American Baptist family those degrees are even less!