After a long time of being at home and training for the Engadin Skimarathon, I could finally end this project with a success on Sunday. The weather was marvelous and the conditions amazing. The entire last week was encouraging, since the army told me not to come anymore and I know at last what I will do for the rest of the year until my studies begin. It was a privilege to see God provide for me during this long time of injury and waiting. Every time I needed to see a new milestone on the horizon he showed it to me by giving me a new affirmation.
My plans are to go to Ghana and serve the community there. Last summer I talked to my mother's youth group friend, a member of Wycliffe, who is working there on various dictionary projects. He told me about a job I could do as a shorttermer which would consist in leading a team of Ghanaian people to produce a dictionary. This totally fired me up.
What I did until now is talk to the responsible man from Wycliffe Switzerland. He sent me all the forms to apply for the job (about 10), I filled them out and sent them back. Everything's looking very good at the moment. Moreover I signed up for an information day done by Wycliffe. There's exactly one taking place each year - next Saturday. Another jigsaw piece exactly fitting into a huge marvelous picture called 'life'.