I leave Eswatini today, Sunday, 27 September, for a week in
Zambia. I will be facilitating two, two-day modules to 40 pastors in a Training of Trainers context. These church leaders will come from several parts of the country, and a spectrum of differing denominational groupings.
I will be teaching “Quality Servant Leadership,” a course that focuses on the revolutionary leadership style of Jesus and other early
Christian leaders. It’s not a popular concept among leaders, but desperately needed to get us away from the self-centered, power-based models common in political, business, and church structures. Then we’ll cover “Money Matters: God’s Answers to Poverty,” a course that continues to have significant impact across the region.
Pray for safety in travel, a huge dose of strength and energy, as well as effectiveness that serves God’s glory and purposes.
Please pray for Mary Jean, she continues to carry a “way too heavy” load of responsibilities as classroom teacher (Grade 1 & 2), director of New Life Children’s Homes, and financial administration for New Life Homes.