Thank you for joining me here on my first ever blog post. I must apologise for taking so long to get started on this concept of ‘blogging’ but finally, I have got round to it and I look forward to sharing my experiences on this gap year with you. My fellow interns Madeline and Felicity have been blogging for quite some time now and I have instead been keeping a rather long and boring diary, currently weighing in at 5000 words! Rest assured, I will endeavour to be considerably more broad and concise.
As many of you will know, I am currently spending a year with Tsedaqah (the Diocese of Liverpool’s internship programme – more on that later!), to discern God’s purpose for my life whilst also making a real, tangible difference in people’s lives and in the community. This programme officially started on the 8th October 2018 and has since developed into a time of great joy and opportunity to develop my own skills whilst helping others.
These blog posts will hopefully give you an insight into my experiences during this internship, the highs and the lows, whilst also allowing me to share a bit of faith.
First major post is coming this Thursday, reflecting on the first few months of the internship and giving an insight into the projects I have been involved in.
So please, watch this space and God bless!
‘Rejoice in your hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer’ – Romans 12:12