Like two engaged cogs, our spiritual life must engage with and impact the life we live for there to be fruit.
Recently I made an incredible discovery – I am an heir of God and a co-heir with Christ! Whatever I do now becomes Kingdom-work, because I recognise that I am being prepared to rule and reign over my life and in God’s Kingdom.
If you are keen to be a true disciple of Jesus and live in dynamic relationship with him, this short course is key. Following Jesus is not about ‘playing safe’, however as you embark on the journey of faith that he has already walked, it becomes very exciting.
When taken hold of and applied, the Seven Ingredients will transform the way we function together, leading to increased fruitfulness, effectiveness, and impact, as well as being a catalyst for personal spiritual growth.
The Way of The Spirit is having great impact in Burundi. The pastors and leaders now have direction, they know what they can do.
I’m beginning to see the book of Proverbs in a new light. I had no idea of the immense richness of these wise sayings, so much so, that I ‘can’t put the book down’, so to speak.
Many of the battles we face are within our own hearts; Jesus died that you might have victory over the world, flesh and the devil!
Paul was imprisoned in Philippi yet it didn’t stop him from being productive. Even in lockdown we are still free to encourage, pray for others, reach out with the gospel and free to praise God in the situation.
The testimonies were full of life and witnessing to what God had done. These were 50 senior pastors, who were already strong in Spirit, and who were mightily impacted.
God broke in unexpectedly as the day’s meeting came to an end. The result was some powerful ministry …..
The conference started strongly, everyone in the room was caught up in God’s revival life.
The team have arrived in Bukavu. The mission to DRC begins!
As a man walking in the power of the Holy Spirit, Jesus modelled how we too can walk. Discover afresh how to approach living the Christian life as a Jesus-follower and disciple.
The storms of life can appear overwhelming, but God promises that He will be with us through them. Men Gei Li shares some lessons from Acts 27 on how to stand in faith through a storm.
On 29th March a team from the UK arrived in Uganda to run a teaching programme for spiritually hungry pastors and leaders. God moved in power and lives were changed forever by the Word and the Spirit of God.
On Thursday we had an awesome day…a very powerful flow in the teaching and then the Lord did a powerful work healing hearts and releasing people from shame and trauma and he was doing a VERY deep work in each one.
There are delegates from 5 countries here – about 38 in all. They are from Uganda (of course!), Kenya, Rwanda, Burundi and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Sometimes it takes days of travelling just to be here.
I had a new, strong sense that this on-going programme of training is preparing the delegates for revival in Zambia. What a privilege, what a joy! We need more workers to join with us across central Africa. Who is ready to come, whatever the cost?
The conference ended Wednesday morning with most of the delegates on their knees yielding afresh to God. Their testimonies speak of going home fully alive!
The second revival meeting was so powerful! During the ministry the Holy Spirit suddenly came and released something very deep as were all caught up into worship and intercession.
Meeting delegates in Kigali and reflections on progress of work in Africa
Some pictures from Burundi. Now getting settled in Kigali for teaching pastors in mornings and revival meetings each evening.
We have a dilemma. How do we, day after day, report what happens on our missions when every day, pretty much without fail, we witness God ministering his life through the teaching of the bible?
An extraordinary day when delegates grasped the heart of our ministry.