For two years we've been throwing around words like these. We've been talking about what it means to live sold out for God. To follow whatever He tells you to do. We want to live a legacy of obedience for our children. When we talk about people we want to be like it's always people who are not afraid to go on adventures. People who are willing to serve God whatever the cost.
We want to be weird and radical. But we never imagined what that would mean for us. A little over a month ago, Brad and I flew down to New Mexico so that he could interview at a hospital down there. To find out how we got to his point, you can read more about it here. Yesterday, Brad accepted a position at the hospital down there. In about a month, we will be moving our whole family down to New Mexico. It's very exciting. There is so much to look forward to. We are especially excited about the chance to live at the school. When we were there for Brad's interview, everyone we told about the school had heard of it and spoke very highly of it. We are excited to be part of such a wonderful ministry in the community. We're not completely sure what our role will be, but we are ready and willing to be used however God wants to.
We're not naive about this transition. We know it's going to be hard to be so far away from all of our friends and family, but we also know that we are doing what God wants us to do. That means He goes before us and prepares the way. It's comforting to know that God is with us. We've been clinging to Joshua 1:9 where God says, "Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go." These words are very encouraging as we start this new journey. I don't know what God has planned for us, but I know that he goes with us. This journey is weird. It's radical. And I'm so excited to be on it.