Robin Tinley, an IMB worker in South America, and her husband, Paul, have worked for almost 30 years in Venezuela. Currently, they’re ministering in the Venezuelan refugee crisis and to the Venezuelan diaspora.
She shares that Joshua 1:9 took on new meaning for her in the midst of the Venezuelan crisis.
“During this Venezuelan diaspora, this is a verse that we’re able to share frequently as people have every reason to be discouraged and frightened,” Tinley explains. However, they use that verse to remind the diaspora that God wants to accompany them, not only on their refugee journey but throughout their life.