PTC Alumni – Joy Arundell

Thriving in (Women’s) Ministry

It feels like a lifetime ago that I was on a uni campus each day, working with the students to reach the campus with the gospel.  Now, amidst the nappies and mashed banana and walks in the park, it’s wonderful for me to take some time to reflect and share about what ministry-life was like for me.  Before having baby Annabelle last year, I was serving Christ as a staff-worker with AFES, and serving alongside my husband as he was a student-minister of a Presbyterian Church

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