CHILL WITH A CHRISTIAN
Chill with a Christian was the name of an outreach that we did at the University of Waterloo this summer. You can see students in the picture above having conversations as they gave away ice cream sandwiches and freezies. So many great conversations were had. Here are some of the highlights from the students:
"I was scared to do this because, I have never had a spiritual conversation before, but this was fun! Scary but fun!"
"My favourite part was talking to the guys from Dubai who had never had a freezie before. It was great being able to share the Gospel with him."
"That guy talking to Liam is in my class! We've never talked about spiritual things before. Now I can keep the conversation going"
"My friend came because I invited her. I've heard a lot about her faith but this time she asked me about what Christians believe."
"I just want people to come so that I can tell them about Jesus!!!!"
Please pray for the Christian students who have been trusting God as they share their faith as well as the non-Christians who are engaging with the story of Jesus.
CHILL AT HOME
Often our summers are full of travel. Either we are on a mission trip with students or we are doing biblical training or we are going around the country meeting our amazing supporters (like you!). But this summer we decided to stay close to home for Trevor's healing. It has been a great decision and the stability has helped Trevor continue to heal after his mental health crisis in the beginning of the year. He has somewhat of a routine throughout the week which includes meeting with people to talk about his mental health, going to the gym, meeting up with friends and spending quality time with Amelia and Hannah. The doctor said it will still be a couple of months until he goes back to work as the mind needs a lot of time to heal. Similar to a broken ankle, it might seem stronger than it actually is, and we don't want to put too much strain too early.
Thank you for all your continued prayers for our family.
Please pray that we would have wisdom to know how to walk this journey of healing.