This trip has reminded me that we are all simply brothers and sisters in Christ, and that we all have a father that loves us. We must never under estimate the power of our faith and how much of an impact it can have on someone looking for Christ.
Yesterday I met two friends. They walked through the gate today and immediately came running to me, and latched on. It is so special to know that despite the language barrier and them laughing every time I attempt to speak creole, they remember me.
Friday we got up at 5:30am and took a boat ride to a remote fishing village called Kapafu. It is a very small village of all grass huts with dirt floors. There were about 60 people living there. We spent the night with them…..
Today was a really exciting day! My group left at 6:30 a.m. and we went to a boating village called Kapafu. The boat ride was really quick and we got a nice cloud cover on the way back so that was amazing.
I pray that my eyes would be open to him, to see his movement, to be doing as he does and to stand bold in a world that breathes rebellion against him, and there being a need for people to live as if heaven should come more and more to us each day. I love that even in construction today was completely about the loving union of God with us.
We really wanted to bless their families with full bellies this New Year!. So we loaded up the boat & 45 minutes later we passed out bags of rice and first aid kits!