My name is Elle, and I’m a 13-year-old Jesus-lover that enjoys traveling, sharing Jesus where I go, and hanging out in the presence of Holy Spirit.
In fact, me and my parents (and sometimes our two dogs and two cats) do that full-time, and as a result, I’m homeschooled. (To discover where we are right now, what we’re doing, and the places we’ve been since we’ve started this full-time, check out the Missions Timeline)
I enjoy flying planes (and flying in them), playing my uke and worshipping, singing, listening to music, meeting other teens (and tweens 😉 ) that are radically on fire for Jesus, and reading biographies of inspiring missionaries.
If I can’t be found doing school or any of those things, I may or may not be fiddling (see what I did there?) with an instrument that happens to be lying around the house or begging my parents to buy me a new novel instrument – like a dulcimer or cajon.
And of course, blogging. I often give travel and ministry updates on my blog, as well as observations and revelations. God bless!
P.S. I get asked sometimes about what I’d like to do in the future, and if I’d like to continue the work I am doing right now when I am out of the house. Here’s your answer 🙂
I want to be a fulfiller of the complete Great Commission (including the regularly neglected parts, and I don’t plan to recognize man’s restrictions on who can do them) wherever I am, following the Holy Spirit’s lead for location, but completing similar work in whatever location.
This work will most likely be itinerant. I hope to be somewhere down in the dirt bringing Jesus to those who need Him the most. What happens to me does not matter. (Acts 20:24) I realize there may be a lack of money or shelter or food on occasion, but I also realize that God is my Daddy and Provider and all things work together for good to them who love God. (Romans 8:28)
I want to equip and challenge the Bride to get out of their pews and demonic traditions and start to play their part in the Great Commission – no matter what their credentials are.