Last summer, my eldest daughter Sophie went to Accra, Ghana. She played with children, shared the gospel, and saw God answer prayers. She has a heart for those less fortunate, and she’s fluent in French. Perhaps God will use all this someday in a cool, unique way.
It’s a privilege to see her walk through these kinds of decisions, particularly as she tries to figure out where she should go to college. We’ll be taking a road trip soon to see a few more colleges. I love her faith. I love the way she says, “Mom, I just feel that I’ll know, that God will show me when I step on the campus I’m supposed to be at.”
So I walk alongside her as she prays, seeks, and loves this big beautiful world. My heart is full because hers is captured by Jesus. She wants to live a big story, and I enjoy turning the page.