Kat


My God Story

Kat was born in Hong Kong and came to Canada when she was 7 years old. She grew up knowing God and was baptized in high school. Though saved, Kat went through a rebellious season during her undergrad years. Kat’s calling into cross-cultural missions has been a gradual one. Upon her graduation, she attended a conference about the 10/40 window and was deeply moved by the Spirit. She recommitted her life to Jesus that night and began serving at her local church. Since then, Kat has participated in different short-term missions trips, taken the Kairos Course, and completed her Certificate in Theological Studies from Wycliffe College. God has given her a desire to serve Him through cross-cultural missions and through this two-year apprenticeship in Southeast Asia, she will continue to discern what specific role and people group God is leading her to be engaged with.

Current Priorities

For the first year of my apprenticeship, I will be working alongside the team currently engaged with the Rohingya. The main priorities on the horizon will be interacting with the refugee education related work such as supporting teachers, interacting with kids, and more at 4 refugee schools and visiting and encouraging Rohingya women through a women’s health program.

Pray

Pray that COVID-19 travel restrictions will be lifted in the country that I’ll be going to and for favour for all the pieces that need to fall into place for a spring 2021 deployment.

Pray to discern the will of God and for the Spirit’s wisdom on how He has called me to join what He is doing in Southeast Asia now and in the future.


Least-reached People Group (LRPG)

I work with a unique group of LRPG’s called the Rohingya.  You can learn more about the Rohingya by visiting our LRPG page.

Give

Your donation to my support account covers my living and ministry expenses for my 2-year apprenticeship program. Thank you so much for partnering with me. May God bless you for your generosity and faithfulness!


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