Posted in Faith, pastoral ministry nz

Taking A Reckless Leap of Faith

Bungee Jumping New Zealand by Karl Hipolito
A reckless leap of faith could be like bungee jumping except you’re jumping with one “Mighty Invisible cable”.

Have you ever tried taking a reckless leap of faith?

It’s like the man who found a treasure on a field and hid it; and for joy over it he goes and sells all that he has and buys that field (Matthew 13:44).

A reckless leap of faith could be an action where you are proving that faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen (Hebrews 11:1).

I haven’t experienced bungee jumping but I guess it’s more like it except that you are jumping with one “Mighty Invisible cable” attached.

Today is my last day of working as home support worker of Idea Services.

The home support work was quite a learning experience as it enabled me to work with persons and families around Timaru.

Two weeks ago, I submitted my resignation in favour of working more for the Multicultural Response ministry we have started with Wilson Street Baptist Church and Multicultural Believers Fellowship.

We humbly submit to God’s guidance and providence. Ventures in faith make life exciting.

We have done it before and we have witnessed God’s hand working through Him and His people. Thus, no doubt it will be all right.

If you’re looking for exciting and meaningful life, you are most welcome to also take a reckless leap of faith.

We will soon be announcing how you may be able to work out your faith with us in the Multicultural Response ministry.

Meanwhile, please pray for our faith journey as we take another wonderful and exciting turn.

 

PHOTO CREDIT: Bungee Jumping New Zealand by Karl Hipolito

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Jonan Castillon is a servant, pastor, writer, blogger, composer whose mission is to be a life hoist to others through his motivational and inspirational writings.

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