I’m in Kenya at our Alliance Leadership Team meeting. Today is day one and it has been busy, and the rest of the week already looks challengingly full. That said, one key focus that will go through our week is considering spirituality in mission.
This afternoon we took some time to worship and reflect. To focus our time we listened to Forever, sung by Kari Jobe. It’s impactful, so I’m sharing it here for you too.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of Tany leaving the NHS to step out in business on her own.
It strikes me, that over the last few years, she’s taken a number of significant steps to enable me to work for Wycliffe Bible Translators. Initially, it was surviving a long commute to Harrow for work. Today, it’s being self-employed, running Liberty Home Physio, in order to maintain a reasonable quality of life at home, especially during the times I need to travel.
Who knows what the next year will hold? We are both incredibly grateful for the way that God has provided for us over this last year but we need Liberty Home Physio to continue to provide while also increasing the number of people supporting us, enabling me to continue to work with Wycliffe.
In the meantime, I’ll just celebrate my wife, friend, mother to my children and self-employed physiotherapist who has survived her first year in business. Well done Tany.