It’s a beautiful Friday and I am ecstatic because my school deposit and September plane ticket are PAID.
God is good! :) love you all!
one of life’s little lesson: leave NOTHING of great importance where 2-year-olds can get it.
because they WILL get it.
on the back of this sheet were my paragraphs for my ywam application.
two of my girls decided i guess to correct my grammar.
but being that it was a rough draft i just signed their names and said i’d hang their drawings on my closet :p
don’t get mad :)
i can’t even begin to explain how excited i am for my twenties!
i want to do so much for the kingdom of God in these early years. and so many personal goals.
in JUST the next year and a half, i’ll be beginning my discipleship training, doing mission outreaches in italy and morroco, relocating to the opposite side of the country (after never having left the east coast before)! CRAZY!
and in the next decade, i want to continue doing mission work in at least 5 more countries (indonesia, iceland, uganda, thailand, australia, and the uk), begin working on “social-networking” between my home church and other churches around the world, attend a hillsong conference, write a book, help victims of human trafficking, and help rescue children fallen victim to the slavery industry.
and go wherever the Father leads me along the way.
i’d also like to hopefully get married somewhere in there, but that’s not so much up to me as it is to God.
they’re big plans, some HUGE plans. but i know that our God is a God who stops the sun and parts the sea. it is NOTHING difficult or not doable for His greatness. :)
i’m taking the spring semester off. and for a main reason is i want to know what Christ wants to do with my life.
i’m putting my all into Him, abstaining from things that keep Him from my focus, and most of all letting Him work in my life as much as He desires.
i know that this could mean some severe challenges, addressing past and current sins, ending relationships, starting new ones, but it is all for His glory, making it completely worth it.
i’m excited, anxious, nervous, pumped, scared. but i’m ready.
i’m taking the next semester off so i can move out and begin working full time. i still want my education but at this point in time, i’m just not getting out of school what i should. and i’m sick of wasting so much money on something i’m not serious about.
so i’m moving out in january after i come back from the 2012 passion conference in atlanta, georgia.
i’m actually really excited about it :]