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Two things that North American believers might not put together are God’s saving grace and subwoofers. But in Haiti, they are like two sides of the same coin.
“One way churches can attract non-believers is through engaging and animated worship,” explains Zachary King, CRWM missionary in Haiti. “In Haiti that means electric keyboards, microphones, guitars, and, above all else, big speakers.”
CRWM’s Larry Lutgendorff recently shared a meal with Samuel Baker while visiting Uganda. His interactions with Baker, described by Larry below, give a glimpse into the life of a Timothy Leadership Training participant two years after he was first trained by CRWM’s Mwaya Wa Kitavi and his wife, Munyiva.
Small in stature, Baker does not command attention. We eat dinner together. Baker speaks with the others and I learn he is a TLT graduate and master trainer.
“So what is your action plan?” I ask him.
At first glance, the church that Pastor Gideon Mbithi leads in Machakos, Kenya, might not look out of the ordinary. But then you notice them—the mango trees.
The trees are just one of many ways in which the church has experienced growth. Growth in church membership. Growth in stewardship. Growth in the mangos, oranges, and other crops that provide the church with income.