My visit to Liberia this month was fruitful beyond expectation, as I served as an instructor to forty-five church leaders in a training institute in the capitol city called Monrovia. For five days I taught on Evangelism and Discipleship, six hours a day, outdoors, in ninety degree heat. I finished each day, completely exhausted, soaked in sweat, but exhilarated in my spirit. These students, mostly pastors from small villages and rural communities, were some of the most precious servants of God I have ever encountered. Having little or no formal training in their backgrounds, they were eager to learn how to become more effective in their work for Christ’s kingdom.
In addition to our daily classes, I conducted two nightly open-air crusade services, in which hundreds of people were confronted with the Gospel, resulting in many professing their faith in the Lord Jesus. Our institute trainees served as counselors during the invitation time, at the end of my preaching, to those who came forward to be saved. This was an ideal opportunity for the trainees to put into practice the things they had been learning in class.
I will be preaching a two day evangelistic event, April 14 & 15, near Brownsville, Tennessee at the Holly Grove Baptist Church. Please pray for a great outpouring of God’s power.
I am also busy preparing for my next overseas mission, scheduled for May, in Indonesia. This will be in a predominately Hindu region, where the people are in desperate need of the light of His truth.
Thanks for all you are doing to assist me in carrying the Gospel to the ends of the earth. I am sincerely grateful for your help. May the Lord bless you mightily.
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