“Before God we all stand on level ground: murderers and temper-throwers, adulterers and lusters, thieves and coveters. We are all desperate, and that is in fact the only state appropriate to a human being who wants to know God. Having fallen from the absolute Ideal, we have nowhere to land but in the safety net of absolute grace.”
Archive for March, 2010
As I wrote that last post about leaving on Tuesday it reminded me that as outreach approaches (quickly), I am still $1,500 shy of being fully funded.
With that being said, I’d really like to ask for some prayer for the funds to come in. I would also LOVE to answer any questions or address any concerns in regards to my trip and/or my fund-raising.
On the same note,
While my plane ticket has already been bought, the technical due date for my funds is this coming Tuesday. I would like to be a good steward and be able to honor that deadline, but I cannot do it without your help.
If you would like to take part in my journey (and get some cool stories), then please check out my support letter or feel free to ask me any question you might have.
As always, I cannot say thank you enough to the people who have brought me this far and continue to faithfully support me. I have been extremely blessed and continually blown away by people who willing to give me a chance.
Tuesday. That is when I leave for India.
Right now the plan is to fly to Bangkok, Thailand for three days while getting our Indian visa’s processed, then head off to India!
Now you know all that I know! Buuut, in the coming days I plan on updating this blog multiple times!
In the meantime, I’d love love love to answer anyone’s questions about lecture phase, Belize, the boats, or the art of eating anything and everything with peanut butter.
The trip to India is going to cost $2,500 for two months. I have no doubt that it is going to be an incredible experience, and I would like to share my stories with you. From now on, When I get support from you, you’re going to get a personal story from India from me. When you support me, you are taking part in my journey. The best way I can include you is to tell you about it.
So how does this work? I will be writing about my experiences in India every day. When you send support to me at my parents address, (listed below) they will deposit that money and let me know who sent it. I will send the story to you at the return address on the letter, or any email address you would like. Every day and every story will be an experience that you have made a reality through your support and blessings.
I can never thank you enough, but hopefully I can give you a taste of my experience though the stories that your support has made possible. Thank you for your prayer. Thank you for support. Thank you for taking part in my journey.