Friends and Family,
This past week our team visited multiple ministries across Thailand and Cambodia. We visited Pattaya, Bangkok and the rest of the team travelled to Cambodia while I unfortunately had to stay in Bangkok due to my passport being stolen.
Overall the trip was really stretching. Pattaya and Bangkok were completely different for me regarding areas of growth.
In Pattaya I loved making new connections with organizations and seeing how they are at work in Asia. I was praying during my time there for God to show me if international missions could be a part of my future. I am continuing to trust in God’s faithful guidance.
My time in Bangkok was filled with unforeseen circumstance that brought me to complete surrender and trust in Gods leading and provision. When I realized my passport had been stolen I had to remind myself that even in a city of over eight million people God saw me and had His loving eye on me the entire time. In Gods perfect timing he provided my passport, visa extension and a flight back to Phuket. He knew exactly what I needed and when I needed it even though it brought trials of many kinds.
In less than twenty days my time at Justice Semester comes to an end. I look forward to sharing stories with you when I arrive back home. This coming week we are focusing on reverse-culture shock and what modern missions looks like in todays day and age.
Please pray for:
1. Our team in the last coming weeks that we would be attentive to the voice of the Holy Spirit in discerning what is to come whether it be missions back home or cross culturally.
2. Continued revelation and growth from the previous trip we embarked on.
3. God’s name would continue to be made known in the nation of Thailand.
He is so good and He deserves all honour and glory and praise. Thank you so much for praying.