Today I went to the bank.
“It is never too late to be what you might have been.” George Eliot
It therefore was a foreign feeling to me when it became clear that our next assignment was going to bring us back to Burundi. I had become so used to being the one who would go scratch something out of the ground that even considering a return made my head spin.
The vision needs a welcome.
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God isn't bluffing - He laid His cards down, now it's our turn.
There's more to this journey than quitting; we're in this to cross the finish line.
Things aren't always what they seem to be.
Then, I remembered the little children I watched playing around the periphery of our church tent where we meet (yes, our church is definitely no frills). I watched them cartwheeling, playing, and caught one of them looking off into the distance as if to daydream. I wondered what that little one dreamt of.
It’s time to dream on, dear one, dream on.