Friday, October 2, 2015

New Season of Life

This Saturday we are passing out flyer's in Kojokrom, to invite those to our first Sunday evening service on October 4th. We already hold a Tuesday evening Bible study and are adding Sunday evenings. We bus those who will come for Sunday morning to Cornerstone for now.

We have started teaching Bible lessons at the Sekondi Deaf School. We had our first class to learn sign language this Wednesday. This is not our focus, but a tool that may be used later. Our focus is church planting in Kojokrom. The kids are enjoying it, they like learning the signs. I would like to keep learning if our schedule permits. They are very eager for us to learn their language. They are always teaching us. I am enjoying it so far.

I was so excited about a few weeks ago, I ran into my friend Basheru. He sells vegetables. He is also a Muslim boy, who is growing into a young man. I have been on the look out for him for many weeks. I bought some green peppers from him so I would get a chance to talk with him. I know he is being watched, especially when the white lady, who is a Christian, talks with him. All I can do it tell him the truth. It is up to him to make the choice.

I can't believe it, I am in denial. I turned 40 years old in September. Which by the way is the best time of the year. Love September!! When my mom turned 40, I thought, wow, that is old. I was anticipating a dreadful, horrible, rotten day. For some unknown reason, I was really happy!! I am looking forward to what the Lord has for me in this new season of life.

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