Thanks for taking a few minutes out of your day to connect with YOKE and to keep us in your prayers. This month’s newsletter will let you know what we’ve been up to and how God continues to work through the ministry of YOKE.
Our staff has been reading a book called Canoeing the Mountains by Tod Bolsinger. It contains leadership lessons from the lives of Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, the explorers tasked with finding a waterway through the new western territories to the Pacific Ocean. What they found on their journey was not what they had expected or prepared for, so they were forced to continue learning and adapting to fulfill their mission.
It seems like a timely message for us at YOKE. We figured out how to carry on our ministry during a pandemic. Now we must figure out how to transition out the other side. Even as we do that, the challenges and demands in our context continue to shift and evolve, so we continue to adapt.
As of today, we’re planning on a return to a more normal banquet this month, but we realize that could still change. We’re also planning on a return to a more normal schedule of ministry on school campuses this fall, but that, too, could change. We are thankful that we serve an omniscient, sovereign God with unlimited resources. We’re also thankful for the faithful support from partners like you. Now, more than ever, we’re glad to have you on our team!