Where do we start? The flights went well, but in Angola we reached a bit of a dilemma. The plane to SÃ£o TomÃ© had already boarded by the time we got off our flight. Dhiogo spoke with the authorities and was able to convince them to delay the flight. We couldnâ€™t find Ruanâ€™s luggage, so we prayed and a few minutes later it came out onto the baggage claim. We were never questioned or searched, but were sent straight through to the boarding area. Once we reached SÃ£o TomÃ©, Albino met us and had everything taken care of with our passports and visas.Â
We have had opportunity to visit a community and to go door-to-door praying and fellowshipping with the people. We told them that we would be returning with a program in a week’s time. On Sunday we visited three churches and preached and shared testimonies. On Monday , we went and held a service with two teachings, a drama, and a testimony.
As a team, weâ€™re all holding up very well. Our health is with us, and we only have a few mosquito bites and rashes. Â Weâ€™re growing every day and are really searching for what God has for these people. Dhiogo says that “the intimacy with God that was proposed throughout the whole DTS is beginning to manifest and we are really experiencing more and more this intimacy.” Nicky says, â€œWe didnâ€™t come to just teach them, but weâ€™re also learning from them as well.â€œ The people are responding to everything we say and seem eager and waiting.Â Weâ€™ve prayed for healing and deliverance.
Until next time,
SÃ£o TomÃ© Team0