While at the compound, I felt like I was being watched, and it was not in a positive sense. The enemy desired to scare me away and keep me away in an undeniable way. The repeated attacks from all sides only goes to solidify the need for pastor training and Bible distribution. God knows I will not give up. My heart is incredibly grateful to be considered His servant. Only because of His long-suffering and mercy upon my soul, am I allowed to participate in His will. This empowe
Hello Friends, As mentioned before, we are working to get poor kids into schooling so that they are off the streets. We are happy to inform that we have now put 3 girls who couldn’t afford schooling, into primary school. We have helped them with their school uniforms, shoes, books & food for their solo Mum who’s been doing it alone. We know God has heard her prayers and blessed her children with this opportunity. As you can see in the pictures they are all happy! We thank God
One of the terrible and shocking realities we discovered was that a couple that we trusted were actually liars, cheaters and thieves. These are not accusations that I am making towards them, but it is documented text sent by them. On several occasions, I tried to restore the situation by Biblical principles. They refused and the lies grew still. They are in charge of running a school. At one point, I asked them what they paid the teachers. They said 6,000 shillings to 12,000
My engineering background has always led me down a path of analytical logic. In my understanding of Scripture, it is not helpful. Jesus instructs us in all four Gospels that if we do not come as little children, it is impossible to enter God’s kingdom. As my relationship with Jesus continues to grow, I have realized that approaching the word as a child is much more productive. So rather than getting in debates with people about hot topics, I simply take the balanced approach.
Hi Friends, I have sent this message to encourage you of the Awesome Hand of God in our Malawi work.
As you know we have a lot of street kids who beg in town. Most of these kids come from broken homes, have single parents and are very poor. Just over 2 months ago I approached one of the main kids who is the "boss" of all the little kids. He himself is about 10 years old. His name is Medison, and he lives with his mother and 5 other siblings. No father around.
Those of you that have spent the time to read these blogs will be familiar with this statement. If I was not witnessing the things that are taking place firsthand it would be hard to believe them. In Malawi we instituted a morning Scripture and prayer time as a group, lasting at least an hour, or usually more each day. The Holy Spirit showed us a very particular way to conduct these meetings, and by doing so, His presence would be magnified. Experiencing the power of the Holy
God introduced several new players to the Kenya project, and He also removed several with a specific reason in mind. The communication barrier is greater in Kenya than Malawi. Even though English seems to be spoken fairly well, people struggle with understanding details in conversations. Regularly, things are repeated three or four times and even then misunderstood. My tendency to speak quickly only contributes to the confusion. Understanding cultural differences, and making