During my junior year in high school, I experienced God’s grace and surrendered my life wholeheartedly to Jesus. From that time on, I have been on a journey of learning what it means to serve and love God with all of my heart, mind, soul, and strength.
My call to missions has been an ongoing process since elementary school when I heard a missionary speak about China. My first mission trip was to Costa Rica, and a year later I went to Uganda. Through people, mission trips, and Scripture, God confirmed my call to missions. With my first mission trip to Albania in 2011, I realized the intensity of God’s call on my life. I left Albania after one month with a heavy burden for the people of the Keneta. I knew I had to return.
Global Partners has appointed me to GO-Net missionary service to Albania. With my return to the Keneta, through my love of theology and discipleship I want to teach girls what it means be rooted in the love of Christ; learning together as a community. I want to help Albanians pursue restoration in order to freely be who God created them to be. I will be living in an area of 50,000 people and no thriving church.
If you would be interested in supporting me through prayer or financial support you can visit my Global Partners page: http://www.wesleyan.org/gp/minfo/WM29-0093