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CHRIS KADOLO: Final Update!

August 22nd, 2017 Posted by Immersion Internship - 2017 0 comments on “CHRIS KADOLO: Final Update!”

Hey people Chris is back again. For the past three months I have been part and parcel of the Internship. This program has really changed my life. Helped me to understand that being a lone in life isn’t good Ecc 4:9-10. In the past I didn’t liked being with people but with this has changed my life & I am a changed person. Even my family members are surprised to see how the Almighty is working in my life. I enjoyed learning about my identity, because I didn’t know about my identity & who I am in Christ Jesus. This has helped me to realize how special I am in the eyes of the Lord & that God created us for the relationship He first loved us!

Leadership is one of the topics/teachings that I really enjoyed most! If being given a chance to teach I would go for leadership. This has changed my life. Leading people is not about me me me but its involving others as well. I saw God’s presence when we were doing outreach in MALAWI (mangochi). I saw God’s healing, God in love & I saw God moving through my friends encouraging me. Because I could believe that God speak through them. Really liked the way of running DBS I can’t wait to implement that to the Armours guys.

I didn’t know that our bodies are the Temples of Jesus Christ through this program I get to know that I am loved, worthy Jesus Christ took my sins, my pain etc. Now it has remained unto me to change others make more followers of Jesus Christ (ambassadors). Our characters defines who we are in Christ. Christ died for my sins I am valuable. The camp was really good I liked how God moved through kids & to see kids giving their lives to Jesus as their personal savior.


Chris Kadolo • 2017 International Immersion Intern

CHRIS KADOLO – Second Update!

July 24th, 2017 Posted by Immersion Internship - 2017 0 comments on “CHRIS KADOLO – Second Update!”

First and foremost I would like to thank the Almighty for everything He is doing in my life. Last week we were in Malawi Mangochi for a 10 days outreach. We were serving with pastor Oliver and Rhoda’s people/ministry. During the outreach we split into groups in our group was Caleb, Sande and myself [interns] then we get to meet Mr.Chindende and Mr.Nelson coming from the same community of MATEWERE. We did a Discover Bible Study (DBS) in Mpondas village then we focused on one village that was Matewere, the community was so good and enjoyable. I really like doing ministry there and I saw Gods’ power move which grew my faith.

Challenges I faced as an individual was communication barrier with people from Matewere and tiredness because at the same time I had stomach pains but I always challenge myself by not complaining but taking everything to GOD because I was sent to do the ministry for the mission to be fulfilled. Things I learned from that side was seen Gods’ healing, praying for spiritual freedom and that when you have faith you can do wonders/miracles as Jesus did in His time.

For the past weeks I have learned a lot and all have impacted me [changing my life physically and spiritually] e.g. ECC 4:9-10. Two are better than one. This has taught me that none can do everything but everybody needs people around him /her, to share the burdens with, increases our joy, we also need three major people in our life [1]Elizabeth or burden sharer [2] dream maker or Samuel [3] way maker or john the Baptist. I also learnt who a real man is or what it means to be a man, how to prepare our journey for intimacy. We need to be fit with the right equipment e.g. a bible as our map. Our bodies are the temple of our Lord Jesus Christ not for sexual impurity that destroys our soul and damages our emotions, will, spirit etc. Jesus washes His disciples feet. I learned about humility as He always humble Himself to the people He was serving. I also learned that when serving it must be coming from deep down our heart because God looks at the heart.

Chris Kadolo • 2017 International Immersion Intern

The Start of Something Great

July 6th, 2017 Posted by Immersion Internship - 2017 0 comments on “The Start of Something Great”

My name is Chris and I was born on the 9th of October in 1996. I am in a family of eight. I have four brothers and three sisters. My family is currently in Batoka, Zambia. I started my education in 2003 in Choma. I did my grade 7 and 9 at Maluma and I did my grade 12 at Choma Secondary School. My passion is soccer, music and reading. Soccer took me back to school when I had nobody by my side. My dream is pursuing my career in soccer as a coach.
My growth during this internship is that I have experienced a lot that I could never have imagined. For the first time, I served as a translator at our Community Outreach night, and I have been doing it every week since the start of this program. I am also enjoying learning from different cultures. I am also coming to know my identity (creation). I am learning how to study and read the bible. I can not wait to implement this when i return to serve as a staff member with the Soccer Ministry. I have enjoyed learning about our purpose and our time of prayer. (learning how to pray and types of prayers) and I have enjoyed the community nights with our Immersion Trips.
I have faced several challenges. I have never had peace of mind since my childhood. Even today, I am still struggling with this. My brothers, sisters and friends are always pointing fingers at me “you are greedy and selfish. You don’t want people you are always alone.” However, I am good when I am alone. I feel blessed. I am also challenged by serving in the kitchen with my fellow interns.

Chris Kadolo • 2017 International Immersion Intern