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April 2019 I had the privilege of teaching on a Massai Discipleship School. This is not normally something I do, but we were very sure that God placed it on our hearts to do so off I went.
Apart from the absolute privilege of being part of what God is doing in the lives of others, a trip like this it is also a time when God shows me quite a bit about myself and my walk with him.
Seek first the Kingdom and all it’s righteousness….Go and make disciples…You will be my witnesses…Follow me…
What – Where – How – Why?
I had the privilege to help disciple a group of 31 Masai believers in the rural area of Engikaret, Tanzania. The training base is situated about 50km north of Arusha on the Kenya road. The students are busy with a 12-
Who are the Masai?
The Masai are a traditionally nomadic tribe found across parts of Kenya and Tanzania. They are cattle herders and are very proud of their heritage with many of them still wearing their traditional clothing and jewelry. A lot of the children don’t go to school and the boys take out the cattle to graze during the day. Although Swahili is the national language the Masai also speak their own language. In fact -
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The Wrong Day: The trip itself was quite uneventful. Travelling went quite well until I arrived in Tanzania at 2 am in the morning only to find no-
Not a Delhi-
Challenged by my own teachings: This was the first time I taught on Servanthood, Pride and Humility. I love how God uses situations like this to also work in you as you allow Him to work through you. It was such a timely reminder that the Kingdom of God is truly an upside down Kingdom. If we really want to be great in the Kingdom, be used by God in a mighty way, make a difference in the world and lead the way...then there is only one way to go -