Believe it or not, something happened in Southeast Asia that hasn’t happened to me before and I hope never happens again….
As you probably know by now, I was away with several other members of my church on a short-term mission trip to Vietnam, Laos and Thailand, that is why this Everyday Report is late. We did a lot of interesting things, most of which I cannot share on a public forum. What I can share is that we did repeat a lot of what we did last year when we proved God’s existence by tangible expressions of his love. (You can read about that here.)
Below is one of the many water wells donated to poor villages by Hope Chapel members.
The thing that was very disconcerting was what I didn’t do for at least two weeks, but am able to do now. Here it is:
Because we spent the majority of our time in a Communist country where Christianity is barely tolerated, I could not, would not, share my faith; it would have endangered the mission. Nope. I handed out no tracts, I never preached in the open air and I didn’t share my faith personally.
It’s so good to be back in USA!
How did you do with your evangelistic commitment in September?