Tuesday, August 20, 2019

the rolfe family

ok, so this one is especially personal for me.  i'm talking about my baby girl here... my bubba brooke... my squeezy beezy...

but i don't want to make her feel like she's getting "special treatment" or "unnecessary attention"... so i'll make the rest of this announcement sound really formal. 😂

We're excited to welcome the Rolfe's to BVSA! Matt and Brooke were married in December of 2018, and are already answering God's call to the mission field! They will be joining the team in Guatemala, with the aim to eventually help BVSA plant a new academy in Central or South America.

Matt and Brooke bring lots of gifts and experience to the mission field. Growing up in a close-knit Christian family, Matt has had a genuine love for Jesus from a young age. He loves sports, producing music, and is a gifted musician- skilled in drums, piano, and guitar.

Brooke grew up in the mission field in Guatemala. She too began walking with Jesus at a very young age, and growing up as an MK helped her develop a deep desire for the nations. She also loves making music, is fluent in Spanish, and will graduate in December 2019 from the University of North Florida with a degree in Business Management.

The Rolfe's are set to land in the field in January, 2020.

but enough of the formal!  i'm so proud of my beezy!  and thankful to the Lord for pairing her up with an awesome husband who is committed to leading their family towards Jesus with all he has.  

its uncommon that a young couple choose the mission field before getting "settled".  but what better way to start?  i mean, do we really believe the lies?  "lets wait until...
  • we get a little more settled..." 
  • we make a little more money so that we're more stable..."  
  • we have kids so that its easier..."
  • all of our medical needs are cleared up since we have good health insurance..."  
  • the the kids are out of the house so that they don't resent us..." 
etc, etc.  the problem is... none of those things actually happen!  at least, not to the extent that we all of sudden feel "ready" for the mission field.  simply put, those who feel called to the mission field and wait for the "right time"...rarely ever go. 

brooke and matt have simplified things, and there's a lot to be learned from it:  
"lets just obey jesus today, and let Him worry about all of that."

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