Meetings, Meetings, and more Meetings

Well, the power is out and I am making a blog post using my nifty battery operated internet modem.

My classes were cancelled this week because of conferences, but I should start teaching again next Sunday. Having a week away from teaching has been a good thing for me. It has given me time to evaluate how all my classes are doing and plan ahead for opening new classes.

I have spent the whole week having meetings, meetings, and more meetings. I will catch you up on what is going on out here. I can’t believe it has been a week since I’ve blogged!

  • Two of my good friends are starting a new ministry which will train Africans in professionalism. It will serve as a resource center for Kenyan men and women to learn life skills. I am greatly honored that they have asked me to be their treasurer. Please pray that God would provide the government approval needed for this ministry to begin , that God would lead us to the right students, and that this would be an opportunity for us to equip the body of Christ.
  • I will be teaching a new bible class on Wednesdays at the Lumberyard for widows. Please keep this in your prayers, I will be meeting them all this next coming week.
  • I met with a doctor from Uganda. They wish for me to come and spend a week with them soon. They have been taking LRA kids abducted by Kony and rehabilitating them. He is very interested in teaching the Bible Training Courses that my organization uses. I am still in prayer whether or not to go and visit them. Please keep this couple in your prayers.
  • I also just found out that one of the young men my organization has been praying earnestly for just got saved. He had been involved in a Islamic Terrorist group since childhood and escaped to Kitale. I was asked to go through the foundation course with him, but am looking for a young man to do so. Please pray that I find someone. I would love to teach him about Christ, but men need men to teach them how to be men, so I am trying to find him a man before I commit to helping.

2 Responses to Meetings, Meetings, and more Meetings

  1. Linda Meece says:

    You never cease to amaze me!!! May God’s blesings be with you each and every day, and may you continue to serve and do the work you have been called to do. I will pray for all of you there and want you to know what a blessing you are to me. As this Christmas season comes I want to wish all a very merry Christmas.

  2. AL Luedecke says:

    You have, I am sure, noticed the pace of your life picking up. I is due to the spreading word about your mission and talents. You will become more and more in demand as your name becomes known in that region of Africa.

    We will pray for you and your efforts to improve the lives of the people of Kenya and spread the word through the bible. A wonderful opportunity for you to become a leader among men and women and a better follower of Jesus Christ.

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