Showing posts from November, 2019

Sermon on the Beatitudes Sierra Leone October 27 2019

This team stand here today among friends We may have been born in different countries, but we are the same Today we are going to talk a little bit about Jesus defining sermon It’s found in Matthew chapters 5, 6 and 7 It explains how a Christian should conduct themselves It sets a very high standard for all of us to follow This conduct is for every man, woman and child that professes to be a Christian No more important words have ever been spoken on earth before an audience At the start of this sermon Jesus mentions 9 specific Beatitudes A beatitude is a way to be blessed by God Do you want to be blessed by God, I do These blessing may not happen on this earth, but they will happen in heaven The sermon begins by Jesus sitting on a quiet mountain side with just his disciples So lets read the story: Read Matthew 5 1-12 Verse 3: blessed are the Poor in Spirit for theirs is the kingdom of heaven: which means you feel broken and can go no further Verse 4: blesse

Sierra Leone October 21-30 2019

October 22, 2019 Pele Wala Village Sierra Leone Took the long way into the village and passed where we turned in before. Road we took last year was impassable. The greeting we received was just like last year, but even bigger. This time they did a native dance and drums. Overwhelming for sure. I quickly saw Fatmala that is sponsored by Ken Baker. So glad to see a friendly face among a few I knew. The local construction crew had the church walls up, and were working on the school as well which is right next door. Both just passed the well that was put in last year. We had introductions again under the big tree, couple of speech’s then walked down to where the school was under construction. Santos is the foreman leading the construction and the walls for the school was about half done. After that they had lunch for us and played with the kids. Watching the kids eat lunch was crazy. They went for the food like they haven’t eaten in a week. No knives, forks or spoons, they eat wi