It May Be Tough, But To Them It’s Everything

Over the month that we have been ┬áhome from Africa I’ve shared lots of stories! One story that I mostly share is what Ndoto exactly does.

Sponsoring.

We became sponsors for Ronnie when we returned home. He is a second grader that is dreaming of becoming a teacher. He is new to the Ndoto program and still learning english. Seth helped him write his sponsorship letter and we can’t wait to receive it! He almost got in a fight at the retreat because I gave him my left over chicken from lunch and another girl wanted it. Whoops!

In the fall of last year Seth and Zach started the project for Ndoto. I automatically thought Ndoto was the school. You sponsor a child from Ndoto and they teach them. Well that wasn’t the case. It all came together when we went into the slum of Obunga and I got to …

Power in the Name of Jesus

Every time I hear Hillsong’s “Oceans” I automatically get goosebumps and I sing every word as a prayer. This past Sunday was no different at church.

Singing it took me back to Africa. As I sang I pictured all those sweet faces of the friends we were so blessed to meet. Tears filled my eyes as I sang the lines “Sprit lead me where my trust is without borders” “take me deeper than my feet could ever wander and Faith will be made stronger”. Because God did just that. He took me out of my comfort zone and he showed me what it looked like to worship him in another country. Even when I was sick towards the end. We were blessed in the ways they opened their hearts and shared their testimonies. They love my Jesus just like I do. We were half way around the world and they …

Right Around The Corner

I can now count on one hand the number of days until we make the 20 hour journey over to Africa.

A year ago I was prepping for a wedding and counting down the days til Seth graduated. We couldn’t wait for July 12. I was also excited about Destin, Florida, and spending time with my family and friends. Little did I know what a year would bring.

This week I’m preparing for Africa. Something I would have never saw coming last year at this time. If you told me this last year I probably would have laughed and said okay, whatever you think! But the truth is the year flew by. A lot can happen in 365 days. Ever wonder what next year will bring? What will your life be like 365 days from now? Hum.

Seth and I are more than blessed than to be given the opportunity …