World Evangelist Sammy Wanyonyi preaching in Adiedo, Kenya Orphaned by HIV/AIDS, she rarely speaks, not even to her visiting school sponsor Pam Craig who traveled as part of our team to Adiedo from Spokane Washington. But last Saturday afternoon in the closing moments of the evangelistic festival, Everline walked over to Pam and asked if she could be introduced to the preacher (me). For once, she had a smile on her face. The eleven year-old had just asked Jesus Christ into her heart as Lord and Savior. Several hundreds of people respond to the invitation to follow Christ on day two of Adiedo Festival All across the soccer-field were stories like Everline's. I cannot forget a ten year-old young man named Ochieng. On Friday night, he waited backstage patiently for me to leave the stage and then boldly walked up to me extending his hand to greet me. Although his clothes were torn here and there, I could tell that he had worn his Sunday best to the meeting.
The major cities of the United States are changing both in their belief systems and ethno-cultural makeup. How should the Good News be presented to them in order to be Good News? Besides sharing biblical inspiration plus stories of God's grace at work through our ministry in various parts of the world, I hope to address this and many other issues important to our Christian faith.