I want to share five “bridges,” or distinct ways to be involved in missions wherever you live. It would be fantastic to cross all five bridges at some point in your life. But in the meantime, attempt to cross as many as you can, even if you’re unable to cross a border.
This past Reading Week was a busy one for P2C Mission Trips. In addition to Iceland and Denmark 19 Canadian staff and students spent their February Reading Week in Oslo, Norway. They think God is doing something in Norway, here are some of their stories.
But you know what? So is staying home and playing it safe. You could get hit by a bus tomorrow, whether in Denmark or Detroit. Random events affect good people and bad everywhere you go.
The best place to put yourself is where God would have you. It may not feel safe, it may be risky, but it’s a good place. All the great payoffs in life come with risk. Who better to risk for than the Lord? When better to risk than now?
Are you nervous to talk to others about Jesus? Are you coaching someone who is fearful? If so, here are a few tips from someone who went from “Dear, God, please don’t ask me to do this!!” to “Dear God, let’s do this!”
Yes. It is a guarantee. Let me share with you how my own adventure started. And I haven’t been bored since. I’ve met fantastic people, seen wonderful sights, been nervous many times, hungry a lot, tired, surprised, shocked, frustrated, angry and lost more than once. But, have I been bored?