“What is it exactly that you do here, Kim?” I asked.
Kim got a bit of a twinkle in her eye. “Missions Education and Women’s Ministry.”
“Shut up! Are you kidding me?”
“I know. Pretty crazy.”
As my friend Casey would say, “It’s positively providential.”
To think that we had driven all the way from the airport to the retreat center together and our mutual vocational passions never came up. Kim and I will be meeting later in the summer to “talk shop”.
Then I met both the Executive Director of the Northwest Baptist Convention and the Editor of the Northwest Baptist Witness. We excitedly discussed the move the convention was taking towards a more missional focus in church planting and ministry.
“How do you feel about church planting?” asked the E.D.
“It’s where my heart is.”