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JOEL NG'AMBI: Final Update!

August 22nd, 2017 Posted by Immersion Internship - 2017 0 comments on “JOEL NG'AMBI: Final Update!”

It has been a blessing to be part of this year’s internship. It was exciting to have different teachers from different parts of the world to come and share with us. It an honor for me.

The internship created a greatest atmosphere that I will forever live with. Having lived in a cross-cultural community for three months has made me to appreciate Gods inclusiveness and diverseness, it’s like experiencing Gods kingdom first hand and it’s amazing. My faith and spiritual life have grown and I am excited and ready to share with the rest of the world the beauty of God. The greatest injustice is not lack of material things although this is the biggest injustice but the greatest injustice is being enriched spiritually and still live to see your neighbor live in spiritual poverty. Until we work on our morals and spiritual life we have a long way to go in making this world a better place.

Therefore I am making it my responsibility to share with others the word of God using not only my faith but my works too.

Joel Ng’ambi • 2017 International Immersion Intern

JOEL NG'AMBI: Second Update

July 24th, 2017 Posted by Immersion Internship - 2017 0 comments on “JOEL NG'AMBI: Second Update”

Hi all!! It’s Joel again and the ride keeps getting better!! The past weeks after my last blog have been so awesome. I have learned a lot of things and there nothing sharper than the word of the Almighty God, no weapon compares to it. Patience and endurance have been some of the important things I have learned and put to practice. Relating that to God, He is truly patient with us and endures our every rejection that we put on Him. Having been made in his image, it’s only just that I portray His character towards the people around me and in certain circumstances of life. Submission is one of my week disciplines that, I have but through the program I have come to learn the benefits of humility and how unifying the discipline is if put in a healthy practice. It’s important to submit and humble ourselves before God because without him we are lost.

Recently I had the opportunity of doing ministry in Malawi with my fellow interns and that trip has benefited me a lot on my faith and spiritual life. Ministering in Magonchi a Muslim dominated town was very interesting and on my own I couldn’t have done nothing but thank God that His spirit dwells among us. I witnessed Gods’ power and authority first hand in every house that we ministered. One of my joy was seeing people flocking to be saved by Jesus Christ, and I was happy to see people receiving Jesus as Their Lord and Savior.

Personally seeing God move in these peoples’ lives had me grow in faith and spirit. It’s amazing to see how inclusive God is, whichever religion a person belongs to doesn’t really matter His Love, grace and mercy are sufficient for all. Even Muslims He heals.

Joel Ng’ambi • 2017 International Immersion Intern

Spiritual Growth

July 5th, 2017 Posted by Immersion Internship - 2017 0 comments on “Spiritual Growth”

Hi my name is Joel Ng’ambi, born in a family of four with two boys and two girls. I am the first born. I’m a sports coordinator and soccer coach with a D-Licence under the Football Association of Zambia and a holder of futbol da’forcer Coaching Certificate and a C-Licence under Confederation of Africa Football (CAF). Currently I’m serving as with our Soccer Ministry as a coach.

It’s my pleasure and a blessing to be part of the 2017 immersion internship. Since we started learning I have experienced spiritual growth and faith in our might creator Jehovah God. It has been great for me to experience God’s favour in an atmosphere of people coming from different parts of the world with different beliefs and different cultures but having only one goal of learning more about Jehovah God and other aspects of life. This is a cherished moment that I will never forget.

I faced challenges with how to interact with my fellow interns. However, one week into the program every intern told their stories, and through everyone’s vulnerability trust was created and I learned how to open up and interact with my fellow interns. I also faced challenges with the change in diet but none the less my body has come to adapt to different cultural diets.

Joel Ng’ambi • 2017 International Immersion Intern