I guess you could say that I am not the normal college student. I am a girl in my twenties and I am a missionary in the Dominican Republic. I travel back and forth from the United States to the Dominican Republic multiple times throughout the year balancing my time being the hands and feet of Jesus in the Dominican and being in the states raising funds, gathering supplies, and being a full time college student. I work with the poorest of the poor in villages that have been abandoned and forgotten. It is my calling to be the hands and feet of Christ and to help the children and adults of the Dominican Republic see God’s love for them. I want each of them to know that they were made for a purpose! I want to make a difference in people’s lives. I want to make a difference that I can look back on and be able to say that little girl’s life was changed because I answered God’s call. I want to serve our amazing God.
I am called to love the people one at a time, only then will they even be able to get a taste of God's love for them. I believe actions speak much louder than words!
I give God all the glory that I have been able to start feeding programs, medical care outreach, and multiple other things that all take place even when I am in the United States.
I am always fundraising and coming up with new ways to help my friends in the villages! God is blessing what I am doing tremendously and I can always use more “hands and feet” both in the Dominican and in the United States!