I was first exposed to overseas missions in elementary school. My world grew multiple times over as I listened to stories from all over our globe, read books and absorbed whatever information I could find. At that age I knew nothing about what it took to send and keep these people overseas, working towards the great commission in the way God had specifically, uniquely and wonderfully called them. I now know and can see that God was using their lives and stories to impact, influence and change me.These pictures are from a couple of the opportunities we’ve had to share with groups other than adults. With younger kids I like to do hands on projects and Aboriginal art is a great way to not only let kids play with colors but also to talk about how different cultures tell stories and how God shares his story with us. For the youth Ryan used technology (reading his Bible from his phone) and asked a lot of questions to keep the students engaged. As Ryan and I prepare for Australia, we are not forgetting the multiple generations that will come after us. The Great Commission, “Go and make disciples of all nations.” This is still happening and not yet fulfilled. Maybe it will happen in our lifetime, maybe not. But I do know that until it will be fulfilled, that there will be opportunities for others to follow and do their part in responding and acting on this beautiful charge from scripture. Of course, the nations are in many ways coming to us and missions looks very different now but that’s even more of a reason to get involved. We are thankful to be able to share our story and hopefully encourage and inspire multiple generations.