Embrace the Journey: Becky Murray's Story
Becky Murray is someone who sees needs and responds. Whether it's street children in Pakistan, orphans in Kenya or girls at risk of human trafficking across the world, she is there, when these kids need someone the most; someone who...
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Becky Murray is someone who sees needs and responds. Whether it's street children in Pakistan, orphans in Kenya or girls at risk of human trafficking across the world, she is there, when these kids need someone the most; someone who is an extension of Christ at work. Her charity, OneByOne has grown into such an incredible organisation that is reaching thousands of lives. As you read this book you will quickly discover there is more to it than what we so easily call destiny. You will feel the providence of God in each word and story. Becky's life was changed by a preposition, by the word 'INTO'... she dared to go (into) the world and today children by the thousands are benefitting from her obedience. People of providence have a window of opportunity that they must step through and this is exactly what has taken place in Becky Murray's life. She has crawled into the eyes of Jesus and seen the abandoned, the broken and the defenceless as He would see them. She is an answer to prayer for many and her boldness takes her into places others would never dare to go. Her life is a challenge to those who feel the call to mission on their life.
<p Becky Murray is the founder and president of One By One. She is the author of 'Mother Bumala' and speaks regularly at churches and conferences across the world. She is also the founder of the Dignity Project and co-leads Renew Church, Uttoxeter, UK, with her husband Matthew. Becky is also the host of Embrace The Journey, to be seen on TBN UK. She has also featured on BBC, UCB, Premier Radio, Revelation TV and the 700 Club. </p
Ralph Turner is an elder of Peterborough Community Church, a fast growing, multi-cultural, community-focused church that began in 1998 with just 9 members and now has a congregation approaching 2,000. In addition to his responsibilities on the church leadership team, he is also a director of ICI PLC and works in the City of London.
Becky Murray is what I’d call modern old-school – she sees the need and answers the call with no hesitation. She’s a woman who isn’t afraid to pay the price of full-time ministry and all that it requires. I’m proud to call her and Matthew my friends. Over the last few years I’ve witnessed Matthew and Becky’s endurance and commitment to the ministry that God has given them. It’s been fascinating to see how OneByOne has grown into such an incredible organisation that is reaching thousands of lives. OneByOne is a ministry that is fulfilling its name: focusing on the one, reaching the one, doing as much as possible for the one. God has blessed them with open doors and open hearts to reach one by one. I believe in what they’re doing and I look forward to the ways God is going to lead Matthew and Becky as they continue to press forward. For years I’ve talked about the need being the call; it doesn’t take a compelling word with angelic interpretation. All it takes is seeing the need and responding to that call. Becky Murray is an example of this. She sees needs and responds. Whether it’s street children in Pakistan, orphans in Kenya or girls at risk of human trafficking across the world, she is there, when these kids need someone the most; someone who is an extension of Christ at work. When I found out Becky was writing a book I wasn’t surprised. Her story needs to be told and it needs to be shared. I know these pages will bless you as her stories always bless me. I’ve spent time with Becky in the UK, in New York City at our Metro World Child headquarters where she has spoken to our staff and interns, and I’ve visited their home in Kenya too. I’ve been to some places in my time, but few are as remote as Bumala B, the little village in Western Kenya where God has chosen to pour out His Spirit through OneByOne. As you know, I’ve never shied away from dangerous and tough environments, so without hesitation we decided to partner with Matthew and Becky and today we are reaching more than 10,000 children in this setting. That’s the power of partnership and that’s why I love these guys. They just get it. More than ever we need people like Becky Murray who fearlessly say yes to the call of God. I pray that as you digest the stories and the lessons in these pages, you too will embrace the journey that God has planned for you. Bill Wilson Founder, Metro World Child