As Julie promised, here's the next post in the "A Week in the Work Life" blog series!
One of the things I feel most called to do as the leader of Yebo Life is to pour into our team, interns, volunteers, and ministry partners. And for that reason, I love this photo that Fanus snagged of Charmaine (volunteer), Monique (team member), and me at the Yebo Life office.
That being said, here's what a week in the work life could look like for me...
9:00 / drop off Julie's passport to her immigration specialist in the City Centre
1:00 / Skype a young adult in the States who's interested in the Namesake Trip
2:00 / finalize and submit NPO application with ministry partner
3:00 / coffee with ministry partner to build relationship, debrief Team Detroit's trip, and chat about future ministry plans
5:30 / write agenda for team meeting
9:00 / team meeting
12:00 / budget planning for 2017
2:00 / serve with Restoring Hands (ministry partner)
7:00 / online business course
9:00 / catch up on admin—emails, accounting, basic tasks, etc.
10:00 / organizational development meeting with ministry partner
1:00 / pick up Julie's passport from her immigration specialist in the City Centre
2:00 / haircut (thank you, Lord!)
4:00 / catch up on admin—emails, accounting, basic tasks, etc.
10:00 / meeting in Melkbosstraand with a Christian business leader
12:00 / lunch date with Julie
1:00 / individual meeting with Richard
2:00 / individual meeting with Fanus
3:00 / individual meeting with Monique
4:00 / individual meeting with Melanie
9:00 / online business course
12:30 / pick up Owen's mom and baby brother, Priscilla and Clayton, from home
1:00 / fetch Owen from school and go to soccer practice
4:00 / online business course
As many of you know, Team Detroit left Cape Town two weeks ago, and Julie arrived back in the Mother City a few days later. Since then, I've been catching up on some much needed rest and time with my wife—AKA taking it slow. I also just started an online business course, so please pray for me as I journey through eight weeks of studies!
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