I was made to love You
It’s all I really know for sure
All I am is wrapped up in You
The center of my world“Forever Amen” by Steffany Gretzinger
With less than 5 days remaining before the beginning of my DTS program at YWAM, I have been focused on packing my belongings, spending last days with dear friends and at my home church, and planning the next months. Needless to say — these few days are flying by!
Even in this busy season, God has been dropping constant reminders that I am on the right path.
I am overwhelmed with the generosity of people who have supported me financially. Giving requires sacrifice and obedience, and I am so thankful. Through your gifts, my Campus Phase (my first three months training in the Orlando base) is already fully funded. Glory to God!
Regarding the final 2 months focused on ministry work, an outreach location has not been decided yet so we are still unsure what the final financial amount will be. Please continue to pray for discernment for our leaders as they pray and listen for God’s direction.
Other reminders from God have come in the form of teachings and worship songs (follow my Spotify playlist for this new season!). In our Oasis Women’s Bible Study on Tuesday nights, we have been learning about the Names of God and hearing testimonies from women in our community every week. Each week I am reminded of a different side of God’s character and how indescribably vast, powerful, and loving He is.
This past Tuesday, I was asked to give the featured testimony. What an honor! Though it was challenging, God knew that it was exactly what I needed to finish off this season at home — and He brought me clarity through the process of writing, as He so often does.
Watch the full message from Heather Funk or just my testimony at the end through the YouTube link below.
All things are “working together” in this season, and though it feels strange to admit it, I feel ready to leave. I have experienced seasons that have been much more hectic and less prepared than this one, and I know that the future holds more of them. Yet in all times, God still holds me in the palm of His hand.
More updates will be posted after my arrival at YWAM! Stay tuned. 🙂