At the nineteenth floor we get off the elevator and go into Tahei’s father’s church. The view from the window overlooks a basketball court filled with sweaty boys. The main sanctuary had at least 100 chairs facing the pulpit. Without reading the language, I could tell the children’s Sunday school apart from the other rooms. This whole scene seems kinda normal to me… if I were in AMERICA!
But this isn’t America we’re are talking about. Isn’t this a problem? MayDay! AHH!! So unsafe. The faith and boldness that this church models is awesome. It’s happening here, team! God is is paving pathways of peace for the spreading of His Word. I see His favor each day in the situations I am in.
It’s happening on the campuses! We met to do a prayer walk, and after an hour and a half of encouraging some of the local family, a female student said she was ready to accept Jesus.
At the Sunday and Saturday local meetings, three of my girl friends were dunked in water. (Ivy, Mia, and Funglei)
Two days later we (my girl’s house)led them in receiving the gift of the Holy Spirit in our living room. Wow!
Come on, church! The church here is alive, active, and you and I get to be part of it! Oh, the grace of God! That His Love appears to ALL men.
Things I did for the first time:
– Had my 1st ultrasound
– Went to airport hoping to fly standby
– Left in a plane with the best discount seat
– Was appointed manager for a business.
– Ate goat throat.
– Bapized my