Get to Know Our Goers Part 1: Susan

1.     This post is an excerpt from SEND Canada's 2021 Annual Report. To read more, click here!


Meet Susan, one of SEND Canada's recent appointees! The individuals you will meet over the next few weeks are preparing to go to the field or have recently been sent. They are an answer to prayers of many faithful believers that more workers be sent into the harvest field! Today, we hope you will enjoy getting to know Susan as you read her answers to the following questions. 

How did you first feel called into missions work?

o   Susan: I always wanted to be a part of missions, but I never felt a calling to a specific place. After years of waiting, wondering, and researching, I connected with SEND. I was willing to go anywhere, and they sent me to Eurasia for two years. Now I hope to return to share Christ’s love to those who have never known him.

2.     How far along are you in your support raising journey?

o   Susan: About 20%

3.     Where will you serve? And is there a particular people group you will be  working with?

o   Susan: I am hoping to serve in the Eurasia region.

4.     What is a fun fact about you?

o   Susan: For the first few months of living together, My roommate and I communicated almost exclusively through google translate :)

5.     What is one Bible verse that has inspired your involvement in missions?

o   Susan: Romans 12:2 "Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will."

6.     What is the name of your Sending Church?

o   Susan: Countryside Community Church

7.     Favourite hot drink?

o   Susan: I don't have favourites, but I do enjoy a good cup of tea...and also a latte

8.     Current favourite worship song?

o   Susan: O Come All Ye Unfaithful by Sovereign Grace Music


    "The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.”

- Matthew 9:37-38

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