Relay Worker in our North East region.
I dreamed of attending Cambridge University as a child but by the time I did my A levels I was no longer that bothered. When I arrived at University, I didnâ€™t make any friends. Worse still, I didnâ€™t find real friendship among Christians or in the Christian Union. My first year at University was easily the worst year of my life. I was so convinced that I was right that Godâ€™s existed, but I doubted that constantly. I remember weeping at my bedside begging God to explain himself. God is always better than we expect, and university got a lot, lot better in second year.
God loves us. More than we can understand or imagine. Out of this love he has revealed to many undeserving students that they are deeply thirsty for spiritual life. However, God wants Christian students to be the ones that tell them where to find this life. Despite the experience in my first year, I still really looked up to the older students in the Christian Union. Now I will be mentoring and encouraging the students in the Christian Union at York University for a whole year. My parents clearly loved York because they never left after university. Iâ€™m so pleased that I get to do this job of â€œRelay Workerâ€ in my hometown.
This is a full-time job that will be made possible by your donations and your prayers.
It costs on average £7,000–10,000 to cover the living and ministry expenses of a Relay Worker.
Having a team of people who partner financially and in prayer with Relay Workers means that they can:
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