- I lived for five years in a log cabin that my husband Doug built that had no electricity or running water.
- When my grandson asked me what my super-power was, I answered, "I have kisses that you can't wipe off!" I am Super-Nana.
- I detest purses in airport malls priced higher than our African students' annual wage.
I read Isaiah 40:11 (NIV) this morning marvelling at God's tender love for women and children: "He tends his flock like a shepherd: He gathers the lambs in his arms and carries them close to his heart; he gently leads those that have young."
- That the winds of change would be strong here - that the gospel would gain a foothold in those chained down with fear of ancestor-spirits, curses, death and animism.
- That the power of the gospel would overturn empty religions that mask people's need for Jesus.
- That we would be Spirit-guided in the use of our time and energy.
- That we would by fully dependent o God when making decisions.
-That our students and their families would remain healthy - physically, emotionally, spiritually, mentally - and that their marriages would be models of the joy of godly faithfulness.
- That the Cameroon Grace Brethren Church would gain government recognition.
- That these new pastors will be impactful in spite of their youthfulness as they take their places in churches.
- For revival among African youth, that they would find hope-true hope in Jesus.
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