We are in the second day of our third week and have a lot on our plates, a lot in our minds, and thankfully with adequate sleep, but not a lot of processing time.
Quick update before we head out.
Tomorrow morning we will be leaving from Spokane, to Seattle, to London and Finally to Nairobi. Throughout the months many have asked me how i feel. The most often assuming question is, “are you excited?”
Have you ever ran? silly question, what i mean to ask is have you ever ran to the point where you have wanted to stop? Your body and your mind have had it. They want you to stop because you are reaching that point that you are out of their physical and mental COMFORT zone? Quick side-note, i don’t mean the type of wall or “bonking” out that causes you to collapse out of a genuine depletion of stored energy from your body, don’t do that.
Have you ever had lukewarm coffee? I’m having some right now and I don’t mind. I wonder if Jesus would have cared if he had lukewarm coffee. Kind of silly question and I think about that because whenever the word “lukewarm” comes to mind I think of that passage in Revelation 3:15-17
Soon after Kate and I where interviewed and accepted by Africa Inland Mission (AIM) we received emails from them about the following steps we needed to take. A big one was passports, big specifically because mine was a bit of an issue.