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I am called to life-long missions, and this is not an interruption to that calling, but rather another step in the process of following Christ, wherever He might lead.

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Hello everyone! I wanted to share with you how my path has changed directions.

As most of you know, I have been fundraising to be a part of the communications department of Extreme Nazarene Missions. As of July of this year, I will be ending my time in that position and will be joining the pastoral staff at Parkview Community Church of the Nazarene in North Platte, Nebraska working in the area of outreach. My job description will include discipleship and better connecting our church with our community in North Platte. I will essentially be doing what I did in Ambato, Ecuador here in the United States. I also feel called toward ordination in the Church of the Nazarene, and this is something that I have worked toward for several years. This will be a year of continuing toward that goal. I am excited about all the ways that God will work this coming year.

I love Extreme with all my heart and believe in the mission to not only plant churches, but to raise up disciples, leaders, and missionaries that will go to the ends of the earth, that all may hear and know the hope of Christ. I have had an incredible experience with them and am very sad to leave. My decision to step down from the organization has everything to do with God’s leading in this season in my life, and I would encourage anyone who is wrestling with a call to missions to consider this awesome organization. If you would like to continue supporting them financially, please email me (cmaxweber@gmail.com) and I will get you in touch with our awesome donor relations guy, Nate. If you are exploring a call to missions, please contact me as well! I would love to talk to you!

I want to thank every one of you for your part in this journey; for your prayers, financial support, and encouragement. They have meant so much to me. I am no longer fundraising at this point, and I am working on personally contacting those who have been supporting me monthly. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

I am called to life-long missions, and this is not an interruption to that calling, but rather another step in the process of following Christ, wherever He might lead.

You can continue to follow my journey at my blog:
http://chelseamaxine-all-in.com

Also, since I will be transitioning out of my Extreme email, you can update your address books to my new personal email address:
cmaxweber@gmail.com

Love you all so much and I would appreciate your prayers during this time of transition!

-Chelsea

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One Comment

  1. God bless you in your new calling! Love the way you love your God and put Him first in all your decisions! Love the young lady you have become also and will continue to pray for you!

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