Tuesday, March 21, 2017
It was another good and productive day here in Liberia. It was, however, very hot and humid here. I think that it got close to 90 degrees with a humidity of 80 percent. Tomorrow (Wednesday) is supposed to be even warmer. Your prayers are appreciated. So far, the heat is not bothering too much but it does leave me worn out by the end of the day. Thankfully, my hotel has air conditioning and I’m able to get some rest each evening.
Today, we worked our way through the Phase 4 lesson material. We completed all of it except the very last section. It should only take a couple of hours in the morning to complete this last section and start our review of the facilitator/teaching guide.
The highlight of the day, at least for me, was the training that we did on developing a team charter. The leaders really took interest in this topic. They were excited when I told them that we were going to do an activity that would walk them through the process of developing a team charter for one of the teams that they have at their church. This took some extra time but I think that it was worth it. After we completed the activity and debriefed it, several of the leaders said that they were going to back to their churches next week and do this for all of their ministry teams.
Well, that’s my update from Liberia for today. More to follow tomorrow.
Thanks for your prayers!
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