I hope you are doing very well. It’s been a while since I posted here and I will get a routine here after I am done with all my launches for the year. You can check my launchadream.com for more details.
Meanwhile, from the mission field we are enjoying each day.
This past Sunday we had a nice time at church especially at kids church.
Here is a scripture we studied here at kids church on Sunday:
Looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith, who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God. (‭Hebrews‬ ‭12‬:‭2‬ NKJV)

Children As Teachers

The kids all figured out it doesn’t mean gazing into the sky but learning from His life.
They realized that it means looking into the bible for the way Jesus lived here on earth.
Some of their examples were in the way He prayed, praised God, thanked God, had faith in God, forgave others… It’s always fun to see the way kids reason out the scriptures.
The boys and I miss all our friends in the Canadian church and we look forward to seeing them again. However, we are very excited to have expanded our family with some new members here in kuje.
When you meet some of the kids here you might think they couldn’t be smart due to lack of exposure. However, start a conversation with them and be relaxed about it. Let them know you appreciate them and then after a while they will open up to you. It’s so much fun.
Their is a little boy here of about 10-12, he doesn’t go to school. He can’t read. He used to be so hostile to others when he first started coming out. Now things have changed. We are teaching him gradually how to identify the letters of the alphabets. He is also not as hostile. He is starting to smile a bit. God is surely doing some amazing work here.
I really thank God for the opportunity for Demi and Dami to be involved with mission work as a life style. As a child I remember going through this in some ways.
My mom, a fervent believer and evangelist was involved in many Methodist church village plants. Many Sundays we would travel about an our and a half to be at a village church and my mom would preach to them and support the pastors their. We did this almost once a month because my mom was a lay preacher in the Methodist church of Nigeria.
She still does this same thing now but has since studied to become an evangelist.
It’s so blessed to give you life in service to God! Pls do as much as you have the grace to, it’s so rewarding!

  

Have a fantastic day!
Olu

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