Joy is found with mountains in the background and mission in the heart


I remember playing the memory card game as a child with those
little square cards neatly stacked in the plastic trays waiting to find
their match. Over the years, I have noticed how these childhood
memory cards of lily pads and red roses are transformed into
mission cards containing images of faces and needs in the world.

 

As an adult, I now enjoy playing the mission card game by learning
a person’s story and matching their unique abilities and defining
mission with a need in the world. I have discovered over the years
that the more I play this mission match game, the more I see life
differently. This enables me to help others view life from a
different perspective as well. My hope is for you to discover what
makes you different and find joy by using that unique ability to
serve God and make a difference in the world.

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