As most of you know, I am currently living abroad in England and studying with Youth With A Mission. I am a trainee, apart of their 9-month, intensive Biblical studies school called the School of Biblical Studies (I’ve written more about this school HERE). And we’ve sure come a long way since the last post I wrote on here. In my last post, we had only gotten through 6 books. Now, we have finished studying the entire New Testament (except for Revelation, which we will be studying last) and are 4 books into the Old Testament. We finished up Numbers last week and will be starting on the book of Deuteronomy this next week. That’s 30 books of the Bible. Wow. We’re almost half-way through and, let me tell ya, it’s been so so so GOOD. Busy, stressful, mind-blowing, hard, and tiring, but GOOD. Continue reading “Just…WOW.”
Since the age of 13, God has taken me to many hidden and known corners of the world. At the age of 13, I visited NYC on my first missions trip to work in children’s ministry. A year later, I left the States for the first time to do missions work in the Gypsy villages and urban districts of Romania. Two years later, at the age of 16, I spent a whole summer in Continue reading “my current english adventure.”
What if this isn’t where you want me Lord?
This question continued to run through my mind a few months ago as I was praying about what to do this Fall since graduating high school a month ago. I could go ahead and start college or I could take a year off. If I started college, I had narrowed it down to two options. If I took a year off, I could just work at home or I could do missions work for a year. Continue reading “what if…”