In less than two weeks I will be back in Romania. It will be a much shorter trip – only 15 days. But I know I will have many stories and pictures to share.
Since being diagnosed with an incurable cancer over two years ago, God has given me a different outlook on life. Facing death, as I do every day, there is not much I won’t do for my Beloved, Jesus. I wish I would have had this perspective prior to the diagnosis as I would have been doing so much more to serve the Lord and not so much for my own upkeep.
I have a five-year plan for going full-time missions. That idea scares me and excites me at the same time. Every time I speak of fulfilling this dream, my heart races and I get a little freaked out. I’ve been in contact with some people who may be able to help me get to Prague, Czech Republic. I have always wanted to return to my Czech roots although I’ve never been there and have always lived as an American. I find that teaching English to non-english speakers is such a beautiful and rewarding endeavor through my experience with the refugees in America. I would love to share that skill with those in the Czech Republic while also fulfilling God’s word to me: “I shall not die but live, and shall declare the works and recount the illustrious acts of the Lord” (Psalm 118:17).
Please check out my fundraising page and consider helping me get to Romania. Eventually I will modify it for my short-term Prague mission which will take place in 2015. Join me in this adventure. There is nothing my God can’t do!