I’m not going to say much about these pictures…
Simply put, they are images of what I do with my fellow staff and the students we disciple. We start the year with the staff being more active in the ministry, but by the end we don’t allow the students to include us in their programs, since they have been equipped. We just go to supervise.
I’m really proud of all of them and how God has used them. I’m praying that their passion for ministry continues to grow now that they are out of ABIDE and exploring the new world of adulthood.
Girls acting out a skit at church
Sharing her testimony with a group of teenagers
Divide and conquer…leading Bible studies in Jinja
She was happy to bring us home…Amazima Ministries (Have you read Kisses from Katie? This student, along with others in ABIDE, is from her ministry.)
Amazima staff were excited to see their boy visiting with ABIDE.
Some people just naturally have a heart for the little ones…
Acting out a skit they created
Here I am, making melodies, with all these students.
This year’s girls were an exceptional choir
Sharing the truth of the Gospel
A student introducing her prayer partner to her mother. The mother welcoming a new daughter into the family.
Sharing a message in a student’s home
A student preaching in her church when she brought us there.
In village churches, sometimes people don’t bring money for offerings, but things from their gardens. The pastor asked Michael to be the one to auction off these items. The money that is raised then goes to the giving for the day. Here he is trying to find the highest bidder for this pumpkin.
Praying with the church leadership and choir after the service.
Emily, our intern from last year, came to visit us for about a week, and she joined the weekend outreach.
The team went to pray for a sick church member, and it turned into a full-blown community outreach.
Introducing us in her church
Enjoying food, fellowship, and friends
Girls serving Jesus at an outdoor crusade
Leading a hot praise session at a high school conference
The best praise and worship leaders do it barefoot… 😉
Even when they act it out in a language I don’t know, I still find myself laughing. That is some good acting!
Expressing the dissatisfaction of trying to find joy in anything other than Jesus.
Making sure everyone got a piece of cake
Children’s ministry in its natural form