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I live and serve as a missionary in Taichung, Taiwan. I work at SYME.
SYME stands for:
Shèngjing - Bible
Youyì – Friendship
Ménxùn - Discipleship
English - Yingwén
This is a discipleship training center that uses English to teach students ministry skills. It is an effective tool for sharing the gospel and helping students grow in their walk with Christ.
When I was four years old, my sister told me that I had done things that were wrong and I would not be able to be with God when I died. She told me that Jesus had paid the penalty for my sins and that if I trusted in Him I would spend eternity with Him. I remember praying and expressing trust in Jesus for my eternal salvation. Eternal life begins at the moment of salvation. I want to make myself available for God to reach others with His message of hope.
Serving in Taiwan is an amazing experience. I have the incredible opportunity to see God work in people’s lives. A man I have a lot of respect for told me when I was young that “every Christian should work towards going overseas as a missionary until God redirects their path.” It took me a while in life to see the value of his statement, but I completely agree with him now. “There is no better life than a life lived for God!”
Now then we are ambassadors for Christ, as though God did beseech you by us: we pray you in Christ's stead, be ye reconciled to God. 2 Corinthians 5:20