I am half packed and almost ready to go. There are only three days left of school, and my time here is coming to a close. It is hard to believe that almost a year ago today I accepted the position here, and began to conceptualize this journey to Bangladesh.
I have learned a lot here. Things that only living here will teach. I am looking forward to the journey home and all the possibilities that come with that. One thing I do know for sure is that no matter where you are on the globe, it is your friends who make your home. I have met some amazing people here who have helped me, who have laughed with me, and who have cried with me. I have taught some lovely children, who have inspired me to stay young. Most importantly, I have really learned more about the heart of God, as I have more openly needed Him more than I ever have previously during this year.
No matter who we are in life, no matter our stature or job, our skin color, or our residence, we all come to a point where we need to say goodbye.
As my final days wind down, I am going to sign off on my year long blog, and call this my final post. I thank you so much to those who have stayed with me and prayed for me. For those who read my little posts and care about me. I have needed you here, I still do, and I appreciate it.
Please continue to pray for my return, as it has many mountains for me to face, and many unknowns that I am praying hard for God to work out in His way.
Thank you for reading, may the Lord keep you and Guide you all the days of your life.
Serving Him in Bangladesh,