As I sit down and go to write this, I am fighting back tears of joy. I am completely overwhelmed with this elated joy of the fact that I have the opportunity to go to the place of rolling green hills for the sake of Jesus.
Attached below I have given the whole support letter, just in case I haven’t gotten a hold of your personal address. But all the information below does not share my true heart for what I’ve been called to do. I don’t think any words will be able to share my true heart and passion, but I will try. So here we go:
Ever since I decided that I wanted to spend the rest of my life overseas doing full time work in ministry, I have been wanting and praying for the Lord to reveal to me the where within all of this. I don’t know if it was because I went to a school where our band wore kilts and bagpipes could be heard on the daily, or if it is because I am truly enamored by this culture, but Ireland has a certain pull on my heart that is indescribable, much like the love of our God.
No, I have never been to this country. No, it’s not particularly the first place you think of when you think of Christians going overseas. But it doesn’t mean, that there isn’t a need and a hunger and a thirst for the Gospel.
Over the years, I have spent many hours praying over this country, for these people. And now I will be able to go and serve them first hand. It is only for 6 weeks, but I am hoping and praying that God opens doors for me through this opportunity and reveals a more permanent place for me in this world.
My heart is captivated by this chance I am getting and I pray that you will come alongside me to support me financially, and through prayer on this journey.
Please take a moment to share this with your friends, read the letter and spend sometime in prayer with the Lord on potentially supporting me financially through this process. I am grateful for this opportunity and the support system that the Lord has given me to help send me.
“Some will go, some will stay. But all are called”