Rethinking Commitment

When you're privileged to do what we do, you get to see things that demand a shift in your thinking. One of these is the depth of your own commitment to the Kingdom. 

The relative ease with which we can access training and resources in the United States, the sound infrastructure that makes traveling easy, and the options available to us are unknown in places like Zambia's Western Province.  

Students arrived in Nangweshi after walking 1 1/2 days through the bush, one of them a 79 year old gentleman who's been in ministry for many decades! Some carried tattered Lozi Bibles, a few pages of note paper and a pen. Others had none of these. They slept in the church building and cooked over open fires. And, at the end of a long day of training, the 79 year old said, "I am so glad to receive this training, but I have one question. Why can't we train into the night?" 

Words fail me.  

Please continue praying for us as we meet with former students and prepare for our return home. You are always in our prayers.  

 

 This student's Lozi Bible was missing both Genesis and Revelation. 

This student's Lozi Bible was missing both Genesis and Revelation. 

 Mr. Fulai Yamba, 79 years old, with Percy Muleba! 

Mr. Fulai Yamba, 79 years old, with Percy Muleba!