Friends, greetings from our home in Buea. I arrived Saturday from Bangkok, after the historic Global Proclamation Congress (GProCongress) for Pastoral Trainers. From Bangkok, I was headed to the USA but finally arrived Cameroon. Amazing! All things work for good. ‘Thank you’ to all of you who have remembered me, my ministry and family in your prayers. I will spend two months in Cameroon with family and ministry before returning to the US towards end of August. I will be involved with a lot of ministry while here, both with Buea Community Church and with Pastors all over the nation. The work is huge and if the Lord moves you to send support at any time of any kind, please do not hesitate to do so. The need is always there. Thank you.
The Words above are among Jesus’ last Words to the Church. If you knew you would die in the next day or two and you had to leave your last words with your children, what would they be in one or two sentences. For those who have the opportunity to know that their death is imminent, the want to tell their children what they consider to be most important to them.
If these are the last words of Jesus to his disciples, those must be the most important thing that Jesus wanted to leave with them. It was the assignment to pass on what they received from him. They were to go share the good news of salvation in Christ alone with others and teach them to become faithful followers of Jesus Christ.
Unfortunately, today, most followers of Christ are not making disciples but rather just enjoying being a disciple of Christ.
Are you actively making (or seeking to make) disciples for Jesus or you are simply happy, grateful and satisfied that you are a disciple of Christ?
I pray for you that in the next 7 days, you will present Jesus to someone and hopefully leed them to faith in Christ. Don’t end there, meet regularly with them to help them get a solid Christian foundation before you let them go on their on. Yes, you Can, brother! You can, sister!
Have a blessed day!