Rev. David Ngai is the senior pastor of the Kwun Tong Swatow Baptist Church, and Mr. Tony So is the executive secretary. They happily shared with me that their new church construction is making good progress.
In the middle of a field of blueberries, I thought about the new place God is calling us to be His hands and feet.
I think fondly of my friend Etienne*, a Burundian and Anglican priest. While traveling to Burundi with a ministry partner in 2009, we dropped in on Etienne and his family.
Few people I know have traveled as extensively or visited as many remote places in the Congo as Esaie (Isaiah to you). A devout Congolese Baptist, he is a product of American Baptist missions, and the most sought after Solar Power technician in the country.
When we delivered a new solar freezer to Vanga last January the zone office was humming with activity like a busy factory.
A couple of weeks ago, a pastor from one of my supporting churches asked me to write a ‘blog’ on the subject “My heart for missions”. I’ve talked about my heart for missions for decades…but realized I had never written something specifically about this. So here’s what I said.