Sunday, July 31, 2016
Free to Worship
It was good to see middle age men leading worship. We had full worship for every session and the third and final worship session lasted close to 40 mins, dancing along old and familiar tunes and a few Dusun songs as well. My ministry started in Taginambur district in 1994 and one of my former students 22 years ago is now a senior pastor in one of the local churches. In meetings such as these what was spoken over lunch and tea breaks can be sometimes as meaningful as sermons. Most of them have not caught up with my latest situation. Some thought I was still at the College and others thought I was still pastor of the Ranau church. But thanks unto be God that I could speak without hesitation and the delivery was as good as it could be though I had wished my second sermon was more structured. It was good to be back among old friends. One of them even offered to see some people on my behalf to move things along so that I get a new appointment soon.
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