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    I am from a small town in New York. My parents are missionaries so I spent much of my childhood moving from place to place. It…

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      Calvary Baptist Church, Fair Haven, NY
      I am from a small town in New York. My parents are missionaries so I spent much of my childhood moving from place to place. It was my dream to have a normal life with lots of friends and very little moving. After I finished high school, I attended Maranatha Baptist Bible College and got a degree in Early Childhood Education. I moved back to New York and got a job teaching children. I loved my job, had lots of friends, money in the bank, a great car, family close by...I thought my life was perfect. Then in 2010, I spent four months helping a missionary in Asia Pacific. I learned three very important things. 1. Not everyone has a Bible in their own language. 2. Some people have never heard the gospel before. 3. Life is not all about me and my happiness. I decided my life was not perfect after all. I realized I was living a very selfish life and knew I couldn't return to my life in New York when I knew there were people dying without hope because no one had shared the gospel with them. I returned to the States and attended Ethnos360 Bible Institute in Michigan for two years. After that I went through Ethnos Canada's missionary training in Durham, Ontario. I am now raising support to return to Asia Pacific. I am hoping to join an existing work in a small village in the middle of the jungle. I would help with translation, literacy, teaching, and discipleship.