African International Christian Missions
The great commission in Matthew 28:18-20 instructs us to, “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”
From the beginning of the work God started here at Calvary Chapel Delray Beach Church, our desire has been to “touch the world with the love of Christ”. While we believe this starts here and now, right in our backyard, the importance of utilizing our time, energy, and resources to advance the gospel message abroad is a deep burden and takes a high priority.
It is for this reason that we have supported the work of African International Christian Missions from the very beginning. The work started by Pastor R. Zarwulugbo Liberty and his wife Esther has been close to our hearts. We are currently offering prayers and resources to 10 children in the orphanages that this organization has started in Liberia, and our hope is to not only be able to offer more financial support, but to also visit our co-laborers in the Lord in the near future.
For more information on this ministry, please visit their website at: aicmission.org.
Missions Field in Mexico
Well we visited a blind center and they blessed our team with homemade gifts and we worshiped with them. We worked and played at a soup kitchen for kids, they feed kids every morning before school. We did 2 village ministries and I watched many many people give their heart and life to the lord. We went to the dump and shared our drama (if you go on YouTube and look up everything skit that's what we did) we handed out beans and rice and 650 lbs of clothes!!!! We ministered at there church 3 different times, one was a worship night full of dancing and praising. We were blessed to stay and love on the boys at the orphanage, their hearts are so full and their faith sooo strong. I shared my testimony at a woman's rehab center and a prison and let me tell you, WOW . Not a dry eye in the house, sad and happy tears. I'm leaving Mexico but my mission is not over. I feel Gods presence so strongly, I witnessed my own hands bless as tho they were his. I I have never felt so confident in my faith in the lord as I do now. This trip changed my life, very humbling, seeing the horrific conditions these people live in, no roofs, water, lights, food, no beds even. They have absolutely nothing on this earth but the are joyful in the lord. Living for God means so much more to me now. I shared about our relationship as well EVERYTIME I shared my testimony, you played a huge role in my new life and everyone needed to know that!!! I would say I shared the gospel with hundreds of people and you know what, most of them received. God is so good.
There where times I could feel my heart breaking but it made me realize how God feels when he sees all of us hurting. My hands were anointed before I left and as I said before I'm AMAZED at what I CAN ACTUALLY do. God works through all of us and I'm so grateful this trip taught me that.
1 year 2 months and 26 days clean and I'm being used to share the word and the good news of the lord! Who would have ever thought! Me????