Greetings from Dallas, Texas!

This week I have been taking part in Wycliffe’s CHildren’s EDucation (CHED) orientation course at their Dallas center. It has been both a taxing and rewarding experience. I, along with 21 other missionary teachers and boarding house parents, have been learning just what it means to be a part of raising up missionary kids in the field. Academics are just the beginning.

I’m thrilled to be learning alongside several others who will be teaching around the world—many of whom are headed to the school that I attended in Papua New Guinea! I wish them the very best.

Meanwhile, I have recently gotten word that many Brazilian embassies around the world are on strike due to their lack of pay. So far, the embassy that I am working with (located in Atlanta, Georgia) has not gone on strike yet, but the possibility is looming. Even though I have already been approved for my visa, the paperwork has not come in the mail. I’m holding my breath and praying that the embassy doesn’t strike before they send me my papers.

I’m just a week away from leaving the United States! As sad as I am to leave my friends, I am thrilled to jump into what God has for me in Brazil.

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