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Day 2 – 30 in 30 Challenge


It’s Day 2 of my 30 in 30 challenge. Who would have thought that all of those years managing operations for a nationwide pediatric mobile dental program, as well as serving as a Children’s Pastor would have been preparing me for the awesome job of recruiting, training and equipping leaders and volunteers for kids programs throughout the Republic of Georgia?

I am so excited that my departure date (although not confirmed yet) is so close. To be honest, I am kind of scared of the idea of traveling internationally by myself. But I know that God is in control. If He can get me this far, He can definitely handle international travel safety.

If He is speaking to you about pitching in to help support all of this, please take a few minutes to fill out a pledge form. You don’t even have to start giving until I actually leave…and you don’t have to worry about getting a bill for it each month. Just give as God provides. Fill out the online form here: Pledge Form


Born and raised in a Christian home, I felt God calling me to work overseas with children when I was only 11 years old. I graduated from Evangel University in Springfield, MO, and fully intended on serving two to three years in my hometown of Phoenix, then head overseas. But God had other plans. Two years into it, both of my parents began having health problems that continued for over 8 years. Twelve years after my graduation, my parents' health was restored and my student debt was finally paid off. Now, with 14 years of ministry (12 dedicated to ministry to children) under my belt, I am now fulfilling that calling God wrote on my heart at the age of 11. In Telavi, the Republic of Georgia, I am truly living my dream. God is doing some great things here, and I am so thrilled to be apart of it.

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