The following is a brief description of Jane’s journey thus far: “At age 16 I decided I wanted to be a solicitor, and from then on my life was aimed towards that goal. God, though, had a different plan and He showed me this on a gap year to Peru. Part of my time was researching into the Peruvian legal system, and the work of Christian and other human rights organisations in this field. The research showed me the value of justice and how justice (or lack of) can impact both individuals and communities. Seeing this work in Peru, I knew God was calling me to do it longer term. I’m going to Mozambique for four years with BMS World Mission to work alongside the Association of Mozambican Christian Lawyers. They provide access to justice for some of the poorest and most marginalised in Mozambican society, and use this as a way of sharing Jesus’ love with them. I will be working mainly on land rights – training rural communities on their rights and also helping with case preparation on land issues. My practice area as a solicitor (I’m currently non-practising) was Conveyancing, and it’s exciting that God can use this area of law in which I’ve always been interested.” Please pray for Jane in these remaining weeks of preparation. Her flight to Mozambique is booked for 22 May.
Follow Jane progress at: https://janeinmozambique.wordpress.com