about

Welcome, friends!  I’m Hannah Hobbs!

Back in 2014 my blog started as a simple way to inform my friends and family of my missions trips to Africa.  While several years later my purpose for writing remains the same, this blog has gradually evolved into a much greater ministry that equips and encourage Believers of every age and phase of life to connect with one another, uniting in Jesus’ Name to share the Gospel across the globe.

I hope you meet Jesus here.

I hope that you are also inspired by these testimonies which document many ways that Christ is drawing the nations to Himself.

I hope that you will be challenged to pray for and support missionaries already serving all over the world.

And I pray that you go out from here boldly in faith, hand in hand with one another, and make disciples of all nations!

xoxo,

Hannah


Indeed, I count everything as loss for the surpassing worth of knowing Christ Jesus my Lord.  For his sake I have suffered the loss of all things and count them as rubbish, in order that I may gain Christ and be found in him, not having a righteousness of my own that comes from the law, but that which comes through faith in Christ, the righteousness from God that depends on faith…
Philippians 3:8-9

20 thoughts on “about

  1. Hi Hannah
    Africa is an amazing place….I should know, I live in Africa! haha
    I look forward to reading about your experiences in Africa and the things God has shown you. I believe God takes us out of our place of comfort because He wants to show us something we have never seen before…..!
    Rolain

  2. I just found your blog through Hannah Elise’s, but I’m pretty sure I’ve come across your name before in KBR ministries’ magazines? Anyway… I just wanted to say that I’m encouraged to see how you are submitting to the Lord’s leading in your life, and praise Him for the wonderful and fruitful work He WILL do through your hands and feet during your time in Uganda! This quote blessed me – what beautiful gifts both life and the ability to love others are, however and wherever He ends up using them for His glory!! God bless you!

    1. Anna…small world! Yes! I did write for KBR several years ago and have submitted photos for a couple of the calendars. I recognize your name from that too ❤

      Thank you for stopping by my blog! What an encouragement! I'm humbled by what you said about my being submissive to the Lord's leading in my life. It didn't come easily or quickly, nor have I learned it fully, but I'm grateful for the grace God has poured upon this heart of mine over the years as I've discovered the pure joy of trusting the Lord and obeying Him in all things. I can't wait to return to Uganda and share in the lives of those who are new in the faith or haven't yet believed! May God be glorified! Keep us in your prayers!

  3. Hi Hannah – I just found your blog, and your testimony is very encouraging! I hope to go to Africa too one day. Thank you for sharing your journey here!

  4. Hannah, I so appreciate your submission to God’s calling. You’re getting lots of prayers from RBC.

    My grandson is going to Ghana next month.

  5. Wow, that’s is great what you are doing for the Lord and for the people in Uganda!! I’ve had a heart for missions and it’s incouraging to see somebody who is following the Lord’s calling! God Bless!

  6. Hey!
    The first thing I thought when I saw this was, You ARE such an encouragement and inspiration!
    Oh and, what kind of camera do you have? It takes awesome pics! I have a canon rebel t5.
    Your sister in Christ,
    Paige

    1. Aw thank you, Paige! You are too sweet!

      Until last August (so, all the pictures taken last year in UG) I shot with a Nikon D80, and now I have a Nikon D700. I’m sure you love that camera and take some awesome photos! Keep at it!

  7. Hey Hannah, I am praying for you while your on mission. Let me know if you have any specific prayer needs. You can find me on Facebook as Polissa Campbell.

    1. Thanks Polissa! I will be sharing many prayer requests here on the blog. I may send some additional ones out to Aunt Bobbie to share with everyone in Sheffield ❤

  8. Hannah, I love reading your blog. We heard about the snake last night at prayer meeting. Eww! So glad you are safe. We love you dear one and are so thankful for your heart for missions and your obedience to your calling.

    1. Yes, Abaana’s Hope workers and benefactors have allowed me to share photos of their families. Beyond our ministry, however, I do have to request special permission from guardians to share pictures and stories.

  9. Hi! Happy to have found your blog! I love the layout, the style the content…everything! I’ve read some of your posts and I can’t wait to read more! Your experience is so awesome and inspiring! Looking forward to following you 🙂

    Lisa | http://www.fromdreamtoplan.net/

  10. Hi Hannah…reading your bio I thought you might want to connect with Natalie Vellacott…about your same age…also a pretty young woman…from the UK,,,was a police woman for 10 years then went on the Logos Hope ship as a Christian missionary to the Philippines…ministered to street kids who were on solvents…she has written 4 books…4th just came out…I have read her first three…her website is at http://christianmissionaryuk.blogspot.

    You can also find her on the reading site called Goodreads…easy and free to join. Just thought you might want to make a new Christian friend having probably similar backgrounds of real-world missionary work in the field.

    Looking forward to reading more of your blog.

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