Loved reading this! I am can’t wait to go and experience this! My dreams are big but doubt that there’ll be fulfillment of them is easy in creeping into my mind… this post spoke truth to my heart. India here I come!
Your wildest dreams
in my wildest dreams could I have imagined my team horseback riding
through the mountains of Tibet to stay with a Tibetan nomadic family in
the snow (or as I called it that day, the Arctic Tundra).After five
hours on a horse we arrived to the family’s precious little tent which
would be our home for the night. Then waking up in the morning and
showing them the first Bible they’ve ever seen and listening to our friend
read Psalm 23. Are you catching this? We stayed with a Tibetan nomadic
family in the middle of the most beautiful mountains I’ve ever seen!
Never in my wildest dreams could I have imagined leading worship for two
hours in an underground bible college where 16 students risk their
lives to follow Jesus.
Never in my wildest dreams could I have even imagined what happened this month…I have experienced such heartache and brokenness here, especially for
the Tibetan people. I can’t imagine having the government control every
little detail of my life with such intensity and pressure.
In this season, my dreams are less wild. Loving my wife and family lavishly is my current dream. Believe it or not, although it doesn’t sound like much, you’d be surprised how wild that actually is!
i loved reading this. made me a little jealous and wanting to get back out there! India coming soon…
This WR blog has been my favorite; it’s a worthy re-post. Yes, it makes me want to have the very same experience…over and over again!
“He’s wild, you know. Not like a tame lion.”
This post made me think of that quote about Aslan. I think it makes God smile to see us dream a bit more wildly, closer to His own wild and passionate dreams for us.
Man I love what serving God can lead us too! Thanks for the reminder about the adventures God can lead us into when we let go of the easy and live with real passion!
Christin is my cousin and I loved following her journey on the world race! We had an awesome lunch with our family back home in FL just days before she left on the WR and I moved to Uganda! Love her heart for the Lord and His people and I love that she was featured today!!!
Love your posts about dreaming! A good reminder for me as I transition back into life in the States. I can’t wait to party with you and Karen in a few short weeks!!!