Pastor Dan surprised me with a speaking engagement Sabbath! He asked me to summarize for the Waitaluk SDA Church in a 30 minute message, the four bible lessons I did this past week – Bible, Prayer, Satan and Jesus. No problem!Continue reading “Pastor Curtis in Kenya 12”
I believe that this small group I am training right now, are going to take this message much further than any large evangelistic meeting – which I will do in time. But I wanted a small group of Christians with me that would have a fresh appreciation of being liberated from the tradition of men! I also need Swahili speakers to support me once I start the big meetings.Continue reading “Pastor Curtis in Kenya 11”
The transportation, or lack thereof, has become a huge problem. Pastor Benjamin’s car is way beyond its expiration date! It’s held together with bailing wire and prayer. Daily miracles manage to convey many people short distances in the area.Continue reading “Pastor Curtis in Kenya 10”
At pastor Benjamin’s church, I began working with On Call Ministries, on how to study the Bible and God’s conditions for understanding what is studied. I got their attention by giving them a taste of the Divine Perspective and began setting the stage for the Great Controversy.Continue reading “Pastor Curtis in Kenya 9”
I stood in front of the Pastors and Leadership of the SDA conference a few days ago and shared my vision of how God was using interest, generated by a presentation of the Sanctuary message a few months ago, to encourage Pentecostals in Kenya to earnestly seek further light! As a result, we have been invited back. My goal is to delve into deeper truths unique to Seventh-day Adventists.
I shared my vision of implementing small, group Bible Study among the penticostal pastor, his elders and individual parishioners. The leadership chuckled and ribbed each other a bit. I can understand their scepticism. The outpouring of the Holy Spirit in small groups might seem unconventional here, but Revelation 14 foretells that it will happen! NOW is the time!Continue reading “Pastor Curtis in Kenya 8”