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EDWARD NGILISHI: Final Update!

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

HELLO PEOPLE. FINALLY ,WE HAVE COME TO THE OF END OF INTERNSHIP.

I have experienced so many things when we come do activities. Reaching people in these communities has also shown me things about my own life. I’ve gotten to experience and see the deep situations people face in their life. I am so glad to learn more about how to live life in Christ Jesus. It has been cool to have people from other countries together. And also learning to respect people you don’t know and learn how to get along with them.


Through this internship I have find out that God can communicates through people to speak in other lives. It has been cool to do Discovery Bible Study with the people here. God has used the teachers here to equip me to be a good leader. I got to learn and then apply what I was learning with the kids and people here.



One of the cool things that happened this summer was I got to see healings and people changing. A lady here in Choma was demon possessed and God used us to deliver her. This is just one of the many ways God has revealed himself.



I am very grateful for this internship and all that it has taught me about God and about myself. I am glad of the friends I got to make here and the things I got to see.

 

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Edward Ngilishi • 2017 International Immersion Intern

EDWARD NGILISHI: Second Update!

July 24th, 2017 Posted by Immersion Internship - 2017 0 comments on “EDWARD NGILISHI: Second Update!”


I have so much more to say about the Malawi trip. And i was glad to see people who are Muslims repenting their sin, and receiving Christ in there hearts. I just found out that there are people in Malawi who are strong in serving the Lord and helping the Muslims know more about God. Also I loved spending time with the kids. When we went in the outreach in Mangochi, Malawi, the kids loved us very much. I experienced that God is working in us to do greater work to change the world.


It was very difficult for me to understand the language well. I was also tired as we didn’t have much rest throughout the week was a challenge for me. The other challenge I faced was coordination among ourselves as team.


During outreach I experienced growth in faith and spiritual growth through response from people in community. They were constantly asking for prayer despite them being Muslim and I being Christian.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Edward Ngilishi • 2017 International Immersion Intern

Next Level

July 6th, 2017 Posted by Immersion Internship - 2017 0 comments on “Next Level”

Ministry has been a part of my life from the time I gave my life to Christ. I was accepted to be an intern in Choma and this ministry on another level that I can`t explain. I love sport, to be precise ‘soccer’ and I was lucky they put me in sport ministry ministering to kids through soccer. This where my heart is. It`s amazing to see kids give their lives to Jesus Christ.
Am naturally a quiet person, being in an environment of nineteen youths is hard. I fail to connect with everyone, not that i don’t want to but it`s just that am scared that when I talk I will get laughed at! Am glad though that am breaking out of my cocoon slowly, and that one day I will fly free!! Since the start of the internship I feel I have grown in my spiritual discipline and listen to what God tells me.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Edward Ngilishi • 2017 International Immersion Intern