Amy is eight years younger than me.
Amy is a high school senior and was voted “Best All-Around Girl.”
Amy is athletic and smart and beautiful.
Amy has a tender and gentle, compassionate and loving heart.
Amy is shy but hilarious, quiet but confident.
This is a post about my youngest sister.
This is a post about Amy.
I have loved watching my youngest sister’s heart grow more and more fond of Jesus. She has fallen in love with the Gospel and with our Savior; it has been a beautiful thing to watch over the years. These have been things she’s made for me as Christmas, birthday, and wedding gifts:
I love looking at this wall because it reminds me of how her heart has grown towards the Lord over the years. She’s been making the burlap wall art with custom verses to raise money for our future adoption. You can check out more about that here: http://amy4orphans.webs.com
More recently the dream of spreading the Gospel in Africa has grown in her heart. And the more the Word has nourished that dream, the more she has talked about it and looked into how to make it a reality. She’s reached out for help and advice, and she’s anticipated the day when she could tell everyone she would get to go overseas.
Well, last week she contacted our old church back in Orlando. Turns out they are going to Burundi, Africa (a nation they have been connected with for several years now) in March. Amy excitedly asked if she could join them on the trip and after sweet conversation that can only be arranged by God, she will be headed to Burundi in less than two months!
She cannot contain her excitement to live out this dream, experience the Church abroad, and share the Gospel. Her heart is overflowing. I am so proud of her and am excited to see what the Lord has in store for her. I know He will use her, but I also know He will teach her more than she can imagine while she is there.
She would be so honored and grateful if you would join her in this journey. Prayers are essential, especially as she travels on a trip like this for the first time. And she is in need of financial support. If you have something to give, it would bless her abundantly. To hear from Amy and donate, go to: http://www.gofundme.com/sendamytoAFRICA She would appreciate any amount. And she most definitely appreciates your prayers. Thank you for considering supporting her!
I am beyond proud of my little sis. It will be a joy to see where to Lord takes her (spiritually and physically) over the coming months and years. May the Kingdom grow because of Amy’s faithfulness to the great commission!