I gave my life to the Lord at a very young age.
When I was about 11 years old, I started to recognize my call to missions, specifically to Ireland. He was persistent, and I was resistant. However, as I grew in faith, my heart softened to obedience, and I became extremely passionate about missions.
After acknowledging the call of missions I had on my life, I set out on a series of short term trips to Ireland. Confirmation after confirmation led me to officially begin the sending process to serve at Calvary Chapel Galway in March 2017. I started raising support, and I enrolled in The Center For Intercultural Training in North Carolina. After I completed the program, I set out to apply for my visa and head out to Ireland long term. Much to my dismay, the process for acquiring a visa had become more complex than ever. Eventually, most of the pastors and servants in the Galway church were unable to secure their own visas. As the door closed to serve at Calvary Chapel Galway, I began a season of waiting. As I waited on the Lord for the next step, he led me to inquire about any service opportunities from Shawn, a pastor I had met while serving in Galway. He invited me to serve for a couple months at his new church plant, Calvary Sligo. While serving with Shawn and his family, I fell in love with Sligo! Shawn invited me to move out and serve long-term as the Worship and media overseer. Because the visa situation is so tricky, I am beginning the process to enter the country through a student visa. Right now, I'm waiting on the Lord in every moment and expecting Him to accomplish His perfect plan.