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A Road Heavily Traveled

Posted on February 26, 2014 in General Ministry, Management, MMI | 0 comments

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It’s easy to overlook what can occur in a short couple of weeks when involved trying to help reach the poorest of the poor. Over the last 10 days, we have travelled over 5000 miles, conducted multiple interviews, and had over 40 meetings. All of this with the intention of bringing awareness to the plight of the less fortunate around the world and seek support to keep the effort going.

There is an upside to this arduous travel, and that is that there are some really great people in this world. The conversations, the presentations, and reactions to the work of Medical Ministry International help to provide the energy and excitement to keep planting the seeds. We know that this is God’s ministry and its our duty to use the skills we have to get the message out. We know that He can water these seeds, touch the hearts of those we reach, and get their support to grow. God’s in control, and thus we don’t have to worry!

Does that mean we can just relax? No. It does mean that we must not question His faithfulness to us, but continue to address each challenge lain before us. The closer you get to succeeding in your efforts, the more the enemy will ratchet up the stress, pressure, etc. to try to derail your focus. No one ever said that ministry work was easy, its not, but it is the most rewarding experience one can have to be able to see God’s work happen before your eyes.

The National Religious Broadcasters Convention just ended and God’s team is now headed back out across the world. These people represent many different organizations that provide communication, execution, and resources to continue to reach the less fortunate. We pray that each will follow the path that God has presented for them to follow. Let us never forget that we must always seek His guidance through prayer and not let anything distort this communication with Him.