BASIC JOB DESCRIPTION
Since my retirement in November 2013, my work has transitioned into assisting the ASAP Director in areas of development and communicating with donors. Some of my work also includes nurturing the Asian Adventist refugee and immigrant groups in North America as well as sharing the mission of ASAP to others.
I received a degree in nursing from Pacific Union College.
HOW YOU WERE ORIGINALLY CONNECTED TO ASAP
God led me to work with Southeast Asians since the late 1970s. You can read about how the Lord led step by step in the Meet the Founder section of the website.
WHEN YOU STARTED WORKING WITH ASAP
I founded ASAP in October 1995.
FAVORITE ASAP PROJECT
All the ASAP projects are actually my favorite, but because of my background in health I particularly appreciate the work of the Medical Missionaries, and Health Training. I can see that simple, natural methods of healing used by the medical missionaries are a means of sharing Christ’s love and opening hearts to the gospel message. Combined with prayer, they produce amazing healing both physically and spiritually.
WHAT YOU LIKE TO DO OUTSIDE OF WORK
I enjoy praying, walking, working in my flower gardens, and spending time with my grandchildren.
ONE OF YOUR FAVORITE BIBLE TEXTS
John 1:4 says, "In Him was life and the life was the light of man." I love this text because of the blessings of new life the Lord gives me and I love to share His light to others.