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I will be working with Daniel Fahringer for almost 7 weeks as we serve the Church in Liberia. The majority of our time will be spent serving with Lifepoint Chapel in Monrovia, Liberia. There we will serve alongside their youth, worship, and discipleship ministry platforms. We will also serve as guest speakers for a youth retreat held in Ganta where we will serve alongside Pastor Eleazar Gbengan. During our final week, we will work with the Word of Life healthcare team as we care for the people in Liberia.
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I was blessed to have grown up in a Christian household my whole life with both of my parents and four younger siblings. I was also blessed to have grown up gifted both athletically and academically. However, all of this lead to me growing up in arrogance and pride. Although I had "said the prayer" when I was young, I did not fully surrender my life to the Will of God, nor did I humble myself before God as a sinner. Instead, I had adopted a feeling of superiority and arrogance that I carried with me until high school. Once I was in high school, I became a part of Fellowship of Christian Athletes. A teacher at my school gave me a leadership position within the club at our school, and the summer after my freshman year, I went to a leadership conference for the weekend and was first awakened to my sin and finally humbled myself before God to ask for forgiveness at the point of my salvation.
After this, although I was saved, my pride was still an issue that I wrestled with. However, during football season of my junior year of high school, I received a serious concussion that prohibited me from playing football again, as well as limiting my academic abilities as I recovered from my injury. During this period God used my injury to humble me before Him and give Him all of my life. Almost a year later, I was called to ministry by God. Since then, I went to Lancaster Bible College to get my Biblical Studies and Business Administration degrees, and have recently graduated from this program. I am now pursuing this mission's trip as God continues to open doors and lead me to missions in accordance to His will.
Exodus 4:11-12 The Lord said to him, “Who gave human beings their mouths? Who makes them deaf or mute? Who gives them sight or makes them blind? Is it not I, the Lord? Now go; I will help you speak and will teach you what to say.”