We are on premise in the middle of our Young Leaders Event here in Nicaragua. It’s going well. Got a great team assembled. We are enjoying our the time here, and God’s grace.
Sometimes, in the middle between starting and finishing, motivation can get challenging. Some are more naturally motivated or inspired than others, but, we all come to the end of our own strength. This can be a healthy reminder that we aren’t self sufficient, and aren’t intended to be.
Recently, I’ve been over busy and wearing a touch thin.
Later this week, I’m heading to Central America with a team to do our annual Young Leadership Event. We ask for your prayers. We want to see the Lord do things only He can do. For me, I think I’m out of tricks.
Also, please pray for us that we recognize what the Lord is doing and join into His efforts instead of prosecuting our own plan. We are prepared, but we want to also be sensitive.
Thanks for partnering with us in the Spirit. Look out for updates on Facebook and other social media, as well as in this blog. And we will have a new crop of Leadership Moment podcasts for you when we return.
Grace and peace to you, from God The Father and our Lord Jesús Christ.
Today, as our time here in South Africa is coming to a close, we spent the day with some Congolese pastors in a day of introduction to the prophetic. Apparently they had not been previously exposed.
It went well, and we made some new friends.
Of course, while we’ve been here is Durban, we’ve been working with Rodney and Trina Kirkpatrick, who are longtime friends. Check out Rodney’s recent post about his ongoing work with this community, and blessings to you!
Work Among Congolese in South Africa, by Rodney Kirkpatrick.