Time to go back overseas!
A move of God on campus
This past semester has been filled with an increase of God moving in this area of Indiana as well on Taylor University’s campus. I recently held another worship night in my home and the presence of God came and moved mightily upon us. For hours we worshipped, students ministered over one another, two professors joined us, people were healed, encouraged and encountered God’s sweet presence for the first time. Earlier this week a student was deeply encountered by Holy Spirit and set free from suicide in a hallway outside of a classroom after I was able to share a prophetic word with him.
I have truly been undone watching many students who started the semester jaded, angry, skeptical, depressed, weighed down by anxiety and trauma change through God’s presence. The fruit of what God is doing in these students’ lives is tangible as He is changing them from the inside out. Not only are they being changed but they were going and spreading it throughout their dorm rooms and friend groups!
Keep praying for God to move and for protection over the work He has done this semester in their lives as many return home for a break.
I am so excited to announce that I am transitioning back into full-time overseas ministry! I have been so blessed to be able to continue traveling and ministering while finishing my degree, BUT the time to graduate has finally come! By the end of this year, I will be graduating with a bachelor’s degree in Orphans and Vulnerable Children and a minor in Theology. I am so excited to take everything I have learned back into the field of refugees and vulnerable populations from the Middle East.
Over the next year, I will be traveling and jumping back into full-time missions! While I am remaining flexible due to COVID travel restrictions, God has opened up some doors for me to head back overseas before Christmas!
During the next year, I will continue to minister in European refugee camps, I have plans to return to the island of Lesvos, Greece. I will travel to the Middle East and I have some options to take trips through Asia at the end of 2021 as well.
It is a great joy of mine to see God give me a team of intercessors and financial supporters so that together we can sow into the lives of those God is encountering from the Middle East. In order to travel and follow the call of God wholeheartedly, in a focused way I am developing a team of partners. This team will play a crucial role in praying for me, the ministry work and for those I minister to. This team will also play a huge role in helping provide Bibles, food, clothing, shelter, medicine and other ministry expenses unto serving these people in the best possible way!
I am currently 45% funded, which is an amazing blessing, but in order to fully give myself to my ministry and the beloved refugees, children and vulnerable I need further partnership. While I know for many COVID has created financial struggles, I am asking if you would prayerfully consider a monthly partnership. (Even $10 a month adds up!). I have been amazed over the past two years as I have watched God provide extravagantly so that I can in turn give extravagantly to those I minister to. He has used the simple means of finances to bring salvation, healing, save lives, bring dignity, help refugees get passports, support family businesses and even help one family go to seminary to fulfill their dream to be pastors! I am excited and expectant to see how the Lord will continue to use this in the future.
(all donations given through my organization are tax-deductible, this can be great for end of the year giving)
By His great love & for His glory,