These are some thoughts that I was reflecting on during the 4th of July, the day before we flew out. It wasn’t until this day that my thoughts of transition and what it meant were acute and clear. I think it’s very important during times of transition to reflect on where I’ve come from to appreciate where I’m going. This is a process of reflection from the time Tessa and I arrived to Kona in Feb 2015 to when we left July 2018. These are things that I did, things that I didn’t do that I wish I had done, and things that I gained.
Admittedly it has been quite some time since I have done a regular old blog post. Lately I have been thinking about our transition from YWAM Ships Kona, to pioneering a new YWAM ministry on Vancouver Island, Canada. I've had thoughts about almost everything: quantifying all the hours and outcomes I have put in here at Kona, ministry opportunities for Nanaimo, finances yet to be raised, how many weeks I want to sleep once we get there.... :)
A little insight into our family morning ritual with Mateo before he goes to school.
This special spotlight is a snapshot of sorts of what's been happening in the Fuiava family and missions this year. Even though there's still a few more months left in 2016, we thought this could be a reference if you'd like to catch up with us. It has been especially busy from the moment we returned from our holiday in January to now, September. Enjoy!
Livé teaches in Thailand