You’re constantly laughing, smiling and energetic. But you can see the genuine pain behind the person through the first 5 second eye contact.
As you already know, our previous pastor has left the youth ministry.
Just like a father would leave a family, the children would only feel abandoned, forsakened, lost and upset. Even more so when a stranger substitues inplace of the father. For they know, that nothing can replace what they once so dearly cherished.
In relation to a new and developing family life, Vision youth is the same way. Once PD left, you came into the picture. So graciously and generously, you willing commited your time and energy to support us.
Unfortunately, it is impossible for the others to accept nor respond to your hospitality.
We are bitter. Lost. Hurt. It is hard for them to truly see your good intentions and largesse.
You stay up nights working on schedules and planning for the new year ahead of us. You willingly give rides to those who are still rude and disrespectful towards you. On top of that, you are also a praise leader for the adults.
It’s a wonder how you patiently endure all the responsibilities left in your hands.
Surely God will make a way and bless you all the more.
It pains and almost angers me to see others blantantly disrespect and ignore you.
Recently, you’ve told me how tired and how you wanted to give up. As always you’re joking and grinning. But I can see your fatique.
Let us hope that God will make a way and that a new pastor would arrive quickly. Before everyone else falls apart.