7 years

I realized recently that I took my first mission trip 7 years ago.  I didn’t know it was considered a mission trip at the time, I was just visiting a friend who was on the mission field.  Come to find out, that’s a mission trip and what I want to do for the rest of my life. 

Most days I feel called to missions.  Some days I doubt because I don’t fit the ‘typical’ missionary description.  I don’t know if I’ll ever live in another country full-time.  I want to do multiple short-term trips a year.  I’m sure whatever God has in store is so much cooler than what I can imagine though!

7 years seems so long ago, yet like yesterday at the same time.  A lot has happened since I first received my passport.  Mexico 3 times, Scotland, Costa Rica and 3 countries in Africa.  Wow.

Also 7 years ago I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis.  (This is MS Awareness Month too).  The disease sucks, but through God I’m able to overcome.  I’ve actually been in remission for years now!  I believe He will fully heal me someday too.  From the depression also, which is caused by the MS, in a way, basically.

Amazingly enough these 2 don’t typically mix, MS and missions.  But you add God to the equation and miraculous things can happen 🙂

Now, where to next?


Published by tammyk777

I want to be as open as possible, safely anyway. If I've been set free in something, maybe I can encourage someone else to seek God and they can be free too!

One thought on “7 years

  1. Many of us don’t fit the “typical” mold for missions. God is creative like that. He uses our most unique characteristics in his mission to tell the world about Him. I hope you step out and go and see the miraculous happen! 🙂


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