By Rebecca Skinner
Today, we’re excited to hear again from Rebecca Skinner. She’s an MK and adult TCK from Central and South America.
We’re excited to welcome back global veteran David Armstrong. He’s set foot in 15 countries, and confesses that Crepes and Waffles in Bogota, Colombia is one of his favorite restaurants.
Moving your family across the water with fear and trepidation?
So many factors, really, had sifted out what felt like the remaining solution: It was time to leave.
Among the factors: My husband’s job (he was moved to leadership, and had effectively mentored a national to take over his position). My kids’ education. Other family factors we batted back and forth, scouring for solutions until it seemed this was really the only way to love well.
The gray of February has descended on many of you, and maybe you’re wondering if death-by-fundraising-and-passport-application is a thing.
But in the middle of the grind, we’d love to help you not only follow God, but as the Psalms shout, for your soul to bless God.
What should you do?
Missionaries and other voices weigh in.
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I remember a day five years ago that I sat in my apartment. Picking my kids up from school that day was all about the mind game.
Because what I longed for? Anonymity. To blend in. To slip unnoticed through the crowd.
You’re no doubt burning a lot of fuel, so to speak, to get overseas. Considering the 4.13 billion unreached, you know the needs are critical.
But what if getting there isn’t the only hard part?
We really like you people.
In 2019, readers from 142 countries visited Go. Serve. Love. (Hear that? God is moving. You are not alone as you set your sights overseas.) You are different races, holding different devices, from different stages of life and different careers.
There’s a lot of beautiful mystery in the story of the magi.