Monday, November 03, 2014

Catching Up with Caroline

In July of 2004, I took a small group of middle schoolers to serve with a missions support organization for a few days. This organization specialized in logistical and automotive support, helping teams all over the world. My hope was that this would catalyze a global view of the world for some of these kids. Caroline, 2nd from the right, was one of those students. Fast forward ten years [ten years!] and Caroline has been fully engaged in the global missions space, having served with YWAM Perth for a number of years working in maternal health. It's been fascinating to watch her journey and we were fortunate to be able to catch up with her for an evening now that she is home for a season.

Our conversation, with the ProtoGuides, included concepts like:
- Midwifery blasts open doors to be able to build relationships with families from the developing world.
- Perth is one of the most remote cities in the world.
- Support raising is a faith venture and one that has never let her down.

Caroline is one our first students turned into full time missionaries and we continue to marvel and be amazed at her crazy life.

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