Rituals we do

Last Sunday morning, four babies were dedicated at the University Church of the Nazarene. Don’t you love watching and participating in this ritual? It’s such a happy and hopeful (not to mention, unpredictable) time.

In the afternoon, Greg was invited to preach at the French congregation that meets at the Ongata Rongai church. When Greg asked when the service would begin and end, he was told the service would last between 2:00-4:00 pm. Although it seemed rather precise for Africa, that is exactly what happened. Several Nazarene congregations share the sanctuary which means boundaries must be respected. Pastor Alice leads the French congregation. Grace Kabonga, an ANU student, provided excellent interpretation from French to English. After Greg preached, communion was served.

 

Prayer requests:

Stamina – We all need the stamina to finish the trimester well.

Greg is making travel plans for the upcoming weeks. Please pray that all goes smoothly.

Amy needs to be writing her dissertation. Please, pray that time and energy coincide (preferably not in the middle of the night), so she can make a good advancement.

 

 

One thought on “Rituals we do”

  1. I LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU. WHICH DEGREE ARE YOU WORKING FOR.? I MAY HAVE MISSED THAT INFO SOMEWHERE ALONG THE LINE.

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