“The team of five of us left Mpika, our home in Zambia, on Monday last week for the ministry. After driving thirty hours and through heavy rains, we decided to stop and sleep in a small town called Nchelenge, 300 km from the place we were going. From this town, the road was impassable. Instead of reaching the place in two hours, it took five hours. The car was alright and we reached the place safely. We started ministry the following day when brothers from Congo came.
We shared GPHC (God’s Plan for His Church) on leadership and Paul's strategy on church planting. Time was short for there were a lot of questions. It was these questions that made us talk about dependency (on money) which created some sparks. We took our time to show how the churches in the book of Acts survived as they depended on God. Some leaders from Congo found it difficult to understand. We told them that we may go there by the first week of November, God willing.
I could not believe that there was another group of people in Zambia, living in the mountains of Puta who are not reached with the gospel; short people. They do not want to stay with tall people in Zambia. Pray that we reach these people. As soon as our translation is printed we will take the manuals with us. We have to go back to Puta and finish what we started. It is so amazing to see the Holy Spirit using us just as he used us in other places. Broken marriages were restored, the sick were healed and those with demons were set free. The Lord was showing me those who were in need of help. It was as in the book of Acts, and I was able to discern and convince them.
Please pray for our Congo pastors (15) and their churches, and pray for the unreached tribe over the mountains. I would like the Kenyan brothers Daniel and Nathan to come and help us as they could speak to these Congo churches directly without an interpreter.”
“And from there they sailed to Antioch, where they had been commended to the grace of God for the work that they had fulfilled” (Acts 14:26).