Over the next few weeks we will be introducing our 2020 Interns. This group of seven REACH graduates will spend the year deepening their relationship with God, serving at the RIC, and being discipled. RI is grateful for their hard work and is excited to see them grow this year.
As Sierra spends this year serving at the Rosedale International Center and helping lead the City Challenge and REACH programs, she will focus on organizational tasks and assist with office work.
In Sierra’s free time, she enjoys playing the guitar, hanging out with kids, and coloring. Her favorite coloring books are the ones that include intricate details so she can sit down, put on a podcast, and relax by slowly filling in beautiful and complex designs.
“What I can view as little and unimportant – if that’s what God has for me – is still glorifying to him.”
In the last six months, Sierra has been working as a babysitter and as a house cleaner back in her home area of Garrett County, Maryland. Prior to that, Sierra was on Team Ecuador with REACH where she says that she experienced “a realistic version of missions.” While in Ecuador she spent most of her time providing childcare and cleaning, then she went back home and continued providing childcare and cleaning in a different context. This helped Sierra think about the fact that missions doesn’t have to look so different from everyday life. “What I can view as little and unimportant – if that’s what God has for me – is still glorifying to him.”
Please pray for continued strength and unity for Sierra and the other Interns as they serve God at the RIC this year.