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Today was awesome. We saw many more come to know Christ as we shared throughout the morning and afternoon, and visited some of those who prayed with us yesterday to follow-up and re-affirm their decision. I am not sure of the tally of decisions at this point, and will try to post a final number at the end of the week. But it’s not about the numbers anyway. 🙂
Monday through Thursday this week all follow the same format, which I’ll explain so you know what we’re doing throughout the day.
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In the morning we leave our hotel at 7:45am to join the rest of the team (translators and others from the church) for breakfast. After breakfast we gather at “the site,” which is simply the place where we meet before going out and where the evening services are held. Each team ensures they have the proper supplies (Bibles, worksheets, paperwork) before going out to the area of the community they’ve been assigned to.
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Each team has either a street, collection of streets, or group of apartment buildings they’re assigned to. They will walk from door-to-door throughout their area, knocking on doors and evangelizing to the people they meet. It is also common to share with anyone who is simply outside on the street. We share the gospel of Jesus and invite each person to that evening’s service. Part of this time is also spent returning to visit those who we’ve prayed with to accept Jesus and going through some worksheets to confirm what we talked with them about and help them understand more about their relationship with Jesus.
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Each team consists of one of us Americans, a translator, and a person from the church. Typically we and the translator will talk with the people we meet, while the person from the church will pray, collect information, and/or be introduced to whomever we meet so they’ll have a familiar face from the community.
We meet back at the site at 12:30pm and head to lunch. After lunch we Americans head back to our hotel to rest for about an hour to an hour and a half. We then meet everyone back at the site and do more door-to-door from 4-6pm.
At 6pm we’ll go to dinner, then return for that evening’s service at 7pm. Typically one of us shares a testimony during the service and the gospel is shared, along with other things like dramas and music. After the service we’ll return to the hotel by around 10:00pm to turn in for the night. By that time, our feet are very tired. 🙂
How you can be praying
Pray for strength and energy throughout the next few days. Also pray against work of the enemy, as he does not want to give up territory without a fight. Continue to pray for the people we’ll meet and have already met, for open hearts and understanding at what we are sharing with them.