Serving the Lord in Kobe, Japan
Thank you so much for your prayers and support over the past few months. A special welcome to those of you who have recently signed up to receive these updates 😊
Since I last wrote, I finished hotel quarantine and spent several weeks in lockdown in Canberra. It wasn’t quite how I expected to spend my first few months in Australia but I am thankful for time with family and the opportunity get out and explore the local area.
Picture: One of my walking adventures was to Gibraltar falls with my dad.
Making and strengthening connections
I am very thankful to have been able to reconnect with many of you over the last month or so. Unfortunately some of those meetings weren’t able to be in person but I was greatly encouraged by them all. I hope that you were also encouraged to hear how God is working through the ministry of KGK. I am super thankful for our partnership which enables me to continue to be a part of this work.
At the end of November, I’m looking forward to heading back to Canberra for the regional gathering of National Training Event. Naturally we weren’t able to invite any KGK students to join us, but I am keen to use the opportunity to encourage and challenge the Aussie students about world mission.
The gift of grace
I recently wrote an article called ‘Living out the Gift of Grace’ for Checkpoint. You can check it out by clicking the button below.
Give thanks for:
- A quieter reentry into Australia
- The opportunity to connect with people, both online and in-person, at St George North, Crossroads and New Life Presbyterian in October and the encouragement that has been.
- For my time at Naremburn/Cammeray and Strathfield/Enfield over the coming weeks in November.
- For National Training Event and the opportunity to encourage and challenge students about world mission.