How did God call you to DCPI?
I had just come home from a year spent in Cambodia as a missionary and was looking for work that was meaningful and allowed me to continue working in Global Ministry. I have known about DCPI for years as my church is a big supporter of DCPI and I am so grateful not only for the place they created for me to land back in the states, but to continue contributing to God’s work all around the world.
What is your personal vision statement or life scripture?
My life scripture is Habakkuk 1:5 “Look among the nations, and see; wonder and be astounded. For God is doing a work in your days that you would not believe if told.
What excites you most about what God is doing through DCPI around the world?
I think what excites me most is seeing the true, faith warriors that are being raised up through the training and ministry that happens around the world. I have met some people with the faith to move mountains these last few months and I know that I have only seen a small sampling.
What miracles have you seen God perform?
The biggest miracles I have seen are not the unexpected sums of money that come hours before funding runs out, or lives that have been saved by unexpected findings of diseases that would become terminal if not for finding it then. These are all miracles I have seen, and they are amazing, don’t get me wrong, but the greatest miracles I have seen in hardened hearts turned to God. Broken people made whole. Irreconcilable relationships mended. These miracles blow my mind.
What have been the most influential books or movies in your life?
- “The Hole in Our Gospel” by: Richard Stearns
- “Broken Hallelujahs” by: Beth Allen Slevcove
- “Western Christians in Global Missions” by: Paul Borthwick
- “Daring Greatly” by: Brene Brown