I am glad to be home, but there is a part of me that still lingers in Afghanistan, and honestly, probably always will. This past week has helped change my life forever. Thanks to CURE Intl., I have seen first hand that sharing the Gospel, begins with caring for people.
In Matthew 25, Christ calls us to share our faith by caring for people, he tells us to feed, clothe and love even the “least of these”, and that is exactly what this past week was about… And we saw God move in amazing ways.
The lesson here isn’t that we have to travel to a place like Afghanistan to do that, it is simply that we need to take advantage of those opportunities, whenever and wherever they present themselves, this is what it means to “be the light of the world”. In living our lives this way, people will want to know why, and it is then that God opens the door for you to share the Gospel. I can only imagine how God can use us to change the world, for his glory, once we have learned to love as he does.
Airport adventure on my way home.
Recap of the impact of CURE's surgery on Ali.
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