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 Elizabeth or burden sharer  dream maker or Samuel  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.
|ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Chris Kadolo • 2017 International Immersion Intern