The Way of The Spirit Blog

From Africa

Working together with churches and ministries in Uganda we have seen a number of pastors and leaders growing and developing beyond anything we expected. On Friday some of them will complete their training – it will be a big day!

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Nagaland – Day 13

This evening the fire fell. There was mayhem at the end: bodies on the floor, baptisms in the Holy Spirit, strong faith filled worship … what a climax to the two weeks here!

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Nagaland – Day 12

Today, we had another great time in the classroom! The students are clearly receiving much over these two weeks and, though they may not always show it on their faces, it is going in and they are appreciating very much the input from us.

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Nagaland – Day 11

It was a good morning in the college! There was more well received teaching, in the MDiv class and the chapel time, and more ministry – they are really open now – and another The Way of the Spirit group looking at Water into Wine.

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Nagaland – Day 10

At last we made some good progress with John’s gospel, and also for the first time we got the students into The Way of the Spirit groups. This was really good.

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Nagaland – Day 9

God gave me the words to use, the time flowed easily, and somehow it all managed to lead to a cohesive point! What happened next was pretty remarkable given I couldn’t tell how it was all being received.

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Nagaland – Day 8

They felled a thick bamboo trunk, chopped it up into even sized pieces (each about a meter long), and hollowed them out ready to fill with a dry chicken curry. This then sat in the open fire, each end stuffed with banana leaves.

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Nagaland – Day 7

Today was a great day in the college. All the faculty, including those who are not yet familiar with things of the Spirit, agreed it had been an important time and one commented ‘It was the message we have been waiting for’.

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