SFK's Simeon Testimony
For two years I lived as a missionary in Rwanda, Africa. There are times when the life of a missionary makes you feel like you are in a special relationship with God. During those two years I was away from my family for seven months. Our whole family had a hard time with Coronavirus. After going through many ups and downs my family had to unexpectedly return to Korea. We felt as if we were walking in a fog during this period. Six months have passed and I am freed from the illusion of the title that being a missionary gives. I face God and I confess, “I will endure all the pain and put my trust in the Lord. Whatever happens to me, where He puts me or what He has me do, I don't care anymore. I will just live to love God because this is my happiness. Lord, I entrust everything to you. Now my job is to stay in the presence of God with humility.” During the practice of God's presence
I volunteered to take part in this project as a web designer, but I am actually not the right person for this job. At my previous job I accidentally blew up part of the company’s website. Trying to restore that site was the first time I started working as a web designer. It was an embarrassing time but that experience led me to be what I am today. I have nothing to show off or brag about. I am just thankful that God has led me to be a part of this project even though I am not qualified. Through my work in this project, I hope that God will be glorified and a brilliant light will shine through to the shadow of the world.