Thursday, November 8, 2012

A new chapter

Life is full of new beginnings and changes. Sometimes it seems like you're kind of in what you seem will forever be you life with very little change. You have your routine and you get comfortable... that's when God goes, "yup, time to shake things up". I thought my life was pretty good, couldn't complain, I was happy with my work and life in general. Last winter I went to the States and talked about my plans to reach the 17 million youth of Uganda and had my game plan on how I was going to achieve it and what not. But again as it has been said, if you want to see God laugh, make plans.

Shortly after coming back from furlough, God showed me through a variety of ways that I had the man He made for me standing right in front of me. The nice thing is that He was showing him that too (except it was the woman He made for him :) ). After almost six months of officially dating, Davis Muwumba asked me to marry him and I couldn't be happier... like seriously I don't think I've stopped smiling since Monday. I am amazed that God would love me so much as to give me such an awesome man to spend the rest of my life with.

The amazing thing is that with this new twist of me getting married, I'm realizing that the vision God gave me of reaching the 17 million is in fact even more possible then it was before. I get to marry a man who recognizes my call and my giftings and desires for us to work as a team to make it happen. This is simply to say, please don't think that just because I'm getting married does that change anything about my passion to see the 17 million youth of Uganda turned into true disciples of Christ.

As I enter this new chapter and begin preparing to add on the new ministry of being a wife, I just ask for your prayers for both Davis and myself to maintain our focus on Him and that we would be sensitive to the opportunities God continues to open up in reaching the youth in Uganda.


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