You know how there are times in life when you might hear the same question a lot? When you start kindergarten— “do you like school!?” Or when you’re a senior in high school you might be asked what you’re going to do when you graduate? When you’re getting married, people will say, “when’s the date?” […]
It’s fun to think back on the past 11 weeks, hard to believe it’s already been that long really. I’ve been able to eat sushi, poblano peppers stuffed with chorizo, my friend Sarah’s meatballs, peaches and watermelon. I’ve been able to celebrate my nephew’s 2nd birthday with a cow cake (which he tried to feed), my niece’s 6th birthday […]
Originally published April 18, 2020 Surprise! Shortly after I sent my last update the US embassy arranged a repatriation flight. It’s a fancy way of saying— we recognize international travel closed very quickly and some of you ex-pats in Papua New Guinea may have wanted to go home some time in the next few months. […]
God has given me a passion to see churches engage in the Great Commission by sending and supporting missionaries well. I am currently serving in Papua New Guinea to play a role in seeing that happen by facilitating communication between missionaries and their sending churches and supporters. All believers have a role in God’s global mission. I hope to mobilize the Church in encouraging and praying for the work of those on the front lines. Not only will missionaries be ...