The team and I have been working especially hard the past couple months to navigate through the transition that accompanies the ministry’s acquisition of Vinculo de Amor and Project Metamorphosis. Despite long hours and hard work, we’ve been greatly reminded that unless such things are coupled with God’s help and direction, progress is hard to come by. But the Lord has blessed us abundantly and continues to daily provide for us and the ministry he has put in our care. Since I am in charge of finances for our three branches of ministry, I have experienced first-hand how God brings in just the right amount of money at just the right time. We are extremely thankful for those that allow themselves to be used by God to support us in both prayer and finances.
Personally, I have been spending more time in Project Metamorphosis (PYM) lately. During the work hours, I assist the PYM accountant with an increased workload he has inherited with the transition. After the workday ends at 4:30, I teach an English class in which about 10-15 PYM employees attend. We’ve have met for a little over a month now. Even with only meeting once a week for one hour, they are learning very fast and are beginning to be able to speak in complete sentences. It’ll be great once groups start coming down next year and they can practice what they’ve learned! Besides the skills the employees are gaining via the classes, I am gaining a lot of experience in the classroom that I can use toward my goal of eventually opening up an English school.