Taking disciples further
DURING 23 YEARS of mission work in Mozambique I have taught the Word in many churches and Bible schools. I have also had the privilege of seeing many people accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour. But one thing I have struggled with is how to help them once they’ve made the initial commitment to Christ. I have found that discipleship training and the Kairos course in particular is very effective in enabling new believers to grow. Here is a selection of testimonies from Kairos graduates:
CLEVER: This course has changed my view of being called. I thought I was called just to lead my church but now realise we need to obey the Great Commission.
SARAH: Kairos has changed the way I think and see other cultures, giving me zeal to go and reach the unreached and pray for unreached nations. Everyone in the church has a part to play.
NORMAN: Kairos opened my mind that the heartbeat of God is mission. This is the Great Commission; we should carry on with the task.
SANDRA: I have seen myself in the mirror and have changed all aspects of my life. I am going to be more involved than ever before.
Kairos is truly a course that enables the students’ eyes to be opened!
Paul and Sue have been World Outreach missionaries in Mozambique since 1989. They have a heart to see the Makua and Lomure people start to reach out to Least Reached People Groups in Northern Mozambique.
Paul and Sue are involved in overseeing +150 churches with a local team, this entails leadership training, advice and prayer. Other ministers that they are involved in include training preschool teachers and visiting them to give hands-on advice.