Aimee Talbot likes riding her new bike, and has a massive pastoral heart. It’s not pastoral as in, “let’s drink a latte and be nice to each other,” but more like, “I am fiercely committed to your growth in Christlikeness.”
We spoke about all sorts of things from Africa, to migration grief, to equipping prayer ministers, to the way we view God, to helping Sudanese war survivors find healing from trauma. Throughout this chat I could hear Aimee’s desire for Jesus’ healing to reach all the places of brokenness in our hearts.
If you are interested in learning about prayer ministry and the tools to help “do the heart journey,” check Elijah House Ministries.
I spoke with an amazing local legend, Louise Pekan, about the adventures of being part of a family on mission. She and her family are an inspiring local example of living the life of discipleship: both being a disciple of Jesus, and helping others become disciples of Jesus. Get inspired by Taco Night!
Brad and I spoke about leading in a community where the focus is on the transformation of people’s hearts. There are some really significant images and ideas Brad mentions here. Let us know what you think. 🙂