Walking in Africa!
In the 1860's he was called to be the pastor of a church in Worcester. The noted writer was the pastor of five different churches in in the Western Cape area of South Africa.He prayed fervently for revival among the peoples of Africa.When it came he was somewhat surprised. He struggled to respond to all the changes he witnessed.
Tomorrow Cathy and I drive to Worcester to run errands and gather groceries. We will drive by the church where that revival took place.
We have experienced a similar feeling as we have walked into farmer's homes in the Robertson area. We have opened the Word of God and our discussions have gone deep almost immediately!
Yesterday Johann the owner of the cottage where we stay dropped by and knocked on our door. He said, I just love looking deeper in the Bible and seeking to understand some difficult scriptures. I can't stop thinking about our discussion on Saturday.
Two German volunteers came into our flat yesterday and asked Cathy questions for hours on relationships, the Bible and the church. What a joy to walk in the steps of others who have been used by our Lord.
The next few weeks will speed up and we have a week with Darryl and Janine Mather-Pike at Amathunzi. Then we spend a week in Knysna teaching Bible and leadership to ministry leaders of the area.
Pray that our hearts and mind are ready for all the opportunities that will come. We are so thankful for you.
Cathy and Danny Sartin
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