In fact, I am disabled and it most likely is permanent. Bad news, right?
It depends on perspective.
God has a divine way of reversing outcomes.
Jesus' disciples hid in fear after His crucifixion, not understanding that this apparent defeat was, in fact, God's greatest triumph. Christ's victory over death and the grave was revealed when He rose triumphant on Easter Sunday.
It's common for a ministry to become too dependent on one person. The pastor. The executive director. Etc.
Transforming Campus Ministries doesn't belong to me. Never has. Never will. It belongs to God. It's one of His resources to help new and transforming campus ministries share the Gospel faithfully and fruitfully with college students and others.
Transforming Campus Ministries has a blessed opportunity now to be transformed in ways that will make it more effective in the future.
You may not hear much from us over the next few months, as Transforming Campus Ministries is still in a sort of "wilderness" experience during this time of preparation. But, rest assured, it's a blessed future that will provide more opportunities to help to more campus ministries.
Peace in Christ,
Rev. Greg Fairow