Last week a friend asked to come over to ask me a question. Strange to not just ask over the phone, but opportunity to make tea. The couple came in and sat down and shared about a need their friend had. A group of Mongolians were arriving in 7 days for a missions trip and had no housing, could I help. ‘Well, of course they can stay here!’ This is another example of why God has opened my home with no long term roommates, because there is always a need for housing for someone. TEN are sleeping at my house for the next 10 days. They are here with the hope to see a new church plant here in Stockholm to reach the 15,000 Mongolians that have migrated here in search for work. Mongolia is less than 2% Christian, yet there is evidence of a hunger growing in the past 20 years. Will you join me in praying for them these weeks, for their events this weekend and for divine appointments!
The next two months will include hosting two teams from South Carolina, speaking at a conference with the topic living purposefully as a single, attend a church planting conference (where I am super excited to gain insight and best practices about how God is moving), scout out a southern city in Sweden assisting some known people with outreach, finish preparations for the summer Europe project assisting different churches in three different cities across Europe, and yes still working on my research. Prayer is needed and welcomed.
Financial update. Yes support is still needed so that I can continue to not need roommates to pay the bills. Still looking for those that are able to commit to monthly giving. Feel free to click here for more information. Also, we have a few refugees that have applied for our summer project in order to be established in their faith and be equipped as a disicple-maker. As their funds are very limited, would you consider contributing special one-time gifts to help cover their costs. We do our very best to keep costs down. The three-week project will cost about $1200 per person which includes the travel, housing, food, and program materials. Feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.
Let’s keep labouring intentionally so that the nations will hear and respond!
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Hi Sarah! You are amazing! Looks like fun! 😊 Praying for you, my sister and friend!
10 people in your house!! Wow! What an opportunity! I am so excited for you!! Carly is stressed out for you, but I’m EXCITED!! Wahoo!! I’m trying to convince our landlord to convert our garage into a two bedroom apartment….but so far my plans have been met with great resistance….praying for the Lord to soften their heart and open their wallets! 😁🤣🤷♂️
Love you my friend – a re-connection would be wonderful.
I will be in the US from mid July – mid august then again from mid December – early February. Let me know if you’ll be around 🙂
Much love and mad respect,