Good thoughts from Vickie Munton. (And a great video from Dr. Roy Fish.)
“Why would anyone want to do that?”
“What do they actually DO?”
“Why would they go so far away from home?”
“How long will they be gone?”
The questions are endless, and most of the time I get excited for the chance to tell others about my missionary children. Other times I can be a little vague in my answers because some questions don’t have short answers–and the truth is, I’m not sure they really want to hear the whole story.
For those of you that are curious, I’m going to share a snippet of this life-changing journey so you can see a little of how something like this happens.
My husband felt like God was calling him into full-time ministry when he was in college (and before we were married), and so after college he attended Southwestern Theological Seminary in Ft. Worth, Texas. For almost 30 years he has…
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“and everyone who has left houses,brothers,sisters,fathers,mothers,children or fields (comforts) for my sake…will receive a hundred times as much and will inherit eternal life” Matt. 19:29
Leaving and receiving ,first comes a burden for God’s plans in your life then comes the surrender and love for those same plans. We will be praying for your children.