Our Identity Is Not Defined By What We Do

For almost a year now, I haven’t had a job position. Through this transition, it’s challenging for me since I tend to lean towards the thought of “I need to be doing something. I need a title.” Basically, going through the fear of disappointment. Fear of disappointing my family, fear of not pleasing the opinions of others, and fear of disappointing myself. Before, I used to be a university student, then I became a professional, and now, I’m kinda just in a time of resting, waiting on God and walking in faith. It’s a weird season for me, yet it’s been one of the most exciting seasons of my life.

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Janeth Ng
Many Transitions at a Time

Basically, in the past 2 months, I was able to meet up with different communities in such a short time. Some people whom I grew up with in Venezuela that I hadn’t seen in many years, and people who invested in my life during the time I decided to walk with Jesus as his disciple.

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Janeth Ng
Pensamientos sobre mi Pais 🇻🇪

En las noticias se escuchan las tragedias y la desesperación, la crisis humanitaria, política y económica. Estaba de misiones en el mes de enero y de repente un hermano me dice “VENEZUELA ES LIBRE!!!” y yo… “QUE!!??” En ese momento, no tenia acceso a mi teléfono, así que me mostró la noticia sobre el nuevo presidente interino. Entre en mucha duda.

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Janeth Ng
Thoughts of a TCK: “I don’t fit in anywhere”

I struggled so much with these words: I don’t fit anywhere.Growing up, I really never found a place or a group of people where I could say  “Hey, I belong here.” At home, my parents raised me with Chinese cultural values, biblical values and as far as treating people nicely and with warmth, it was definitely Venezuelan. That Latin American sazón. 

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Janeth Ng