Went for my final fracture follow-up appointment yesterday. I have never seen a doctor so pleased with recovery! He was telling me how we can barely see the line of fracture and how straight my finger is. In addition to that, he said “Normally we would recommend hand therapy but it seems like your hand is healed so well there’s nothing much the therapist can … Continue reading God Took Care of My Hand!
I shall begin the post with three of the most beautiful and extraordinary women I’ve had the privilege to serve with and know. They were more than just teammates, they were family, they were sisters. They were my pillars of support through the trip. The trip would have been very different if it weren’t for their love, understanding, acceptance, guidance and encouragements. Thank you for … Continue reading GO! Photos: Romania!
Being back in London feels a tad foreign to me, strangely, since I only spent ten days there. They were some of the best days of my life! Hopefully I’ll be able to get the photos developed by this week (I used single-use cameras for the trip and need to go to Boots to have them developed) and will probably post them up here in … Continue reading Go! Reflection: Romania
It’s less than two days before I fly off from Stansted Airport and would love to take some time to prepare myself for it. As of now, I’m still wearing a cast on my arm. I really really hope I can get it off by tomorrow, if not it’ll be a restriction during my trip there. There’s a really cool story behind my hospital appointment … Continue reading Go! Preparation: Romania
It’s always been in the top of my bucket list to go on a mission trip, especially after meeting some faith-filled, love-filled, courage-filled missionaries from South Africa. They are part of Global Challenge Expeditions which trains and sends people to GO and make disciples for Jesus, out of love. The team I met were part of the one year expeditions where they set aside one entire year … Continue reading Go! Destination: Romania