The letter below was written by my daughter, I wanted to share it with you so you could pray for her for God to work out all the details and make her a light shinning in the darkness.
"This is one of the biggest adventures of faith I've ever taken. I'm making preparations to leave the country for the 4th time, this time to India. India is a place I have prayed for more than any other country besides my own. For years, I have read about India and what God is doing there and I wanted to be apart of it.
Going to the nations has been prophesied over my life since I was 16 years old. God has put an undeniable and unquenchable passion and desire in my heart for the nations of the world. When I moved to North Dakota, I had prayed to God and cried for days broken hearted at the thought of being limited or not being able to go on mission trips. I thought the door would be shut for a long time, and I couldn't bear the thought of it. But God has given me favor and opened doors.
We will be going to Chennai, India January 12 and coming back January 21. Our team will be coming from the US and from Germany. Everything is still in the planning stages, but so far I know that we will be holding a daily conference, doing evangelistic outreaches,(such as street ministry), children's ministry and nightly services.
We hope and pray that God will use us to encourage and strengthen the believers and to reach out to the lost. We believe that God's Word will be followed with signs, wonders, and miracles. Lately there has been a lot of persecution in parts of India. Please pray for us because we want to be a blessing.
I am asking you to pray for me. I only know a little bit about the culture, so I need God's wisdom and ability. I'm praying that God would stretch me and use beyond what I can think or imagine. Also, it all seems so big, and I feel so small. I want more than anything to make a difference in the name of Jesus. If God gives you an encouraging word for me, please don't hesitate to tell me."
I love this kid!!!!!
me a proud mama, can you tell? :)