A stranger with a careful eye came along side our team every day. She was considered to be the “grandmother” of the village in Thailand where we served. I noticed curiosity be transformed into accompaniment.
The heart of sacrificial giving permeated in every person we met at Kawthoolei Karen Baptist Bible School and College. It was like seeing the poor widow Jesus talked about come alive. Serving no longer focused on the “I” but was morphed into becoming a true servant’s heart.
A team from ABCNYS traveled from Syracuse(NY) to Rwanda to witness God’s work of healing. They heard the stories and celebrated the successes of those who have attended workshops facilitated by Rabagirana Ministries on “Healing the Wounds of Ethnic Conflicts(HWEC).
The desire to improve the health and well being of people impacted by the injustices of poverty is one of God’s instrument/motivator to serve alongside AMOS and its staff in Nicaragua.
“Arise, Lord! Lift up your hand, O God. Do not forget the helpless.”(Psalm 10: 12)
We are grateful for our many volunteers who leave the comfort of their homes for kingdom building.