Footprints into Africa

a Non profit organization based in Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa, aims to mentor and grow a new generation of Gospel preachers and servant leaders that will through the power of the Holy Spirit and based on the Bible, build sustainable churches in communities throughout Africa.

Sunday December 17, 2017

Missionary Journals

 

 

PREFACE TO MY JOURNALS

In 1980 Bishop Stephen Bradley sent me on my first mission trip into Africa. Little did he realize that that trip would place a spark in my life which over the years would become a raging fire – a deep love for Africa and for bringing the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ to her. But in 2000 the Lord opened doors for me to travel into Africa, visiting Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Rwanda, Kenya, Malawi and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Last year, in the Cathedral in Lubumbashi I knelt down and dedicated my remaining years to serve Africa. These journals are from the heart, explaining my passion to teach the Bible, the sheer joy of visiting these countries, so I hope you enjoy reading them.  Helen Blakeslee wrote:

            “I go to AFRICA not for fame and prominence, but because I am attached to Jesus Christ in a love that knows no sacrifice too great to be made: that men and women everywhere throughout AFRICA may know of and come to posses the wonderful inheritance he has won for them on the Cross. I go to AFRICA because I believe her people to be worthy of the most heroic effort that can be put forth to save them.”

My hero David Livingstone wrote:

“I am a missionary, heart, and soul. God had an only Son and He was a missionary and a physician. I am a poor, poor imitation of Him, or wish to be. In this service I hope to live, in it I wish to die.”

Here then are my journals covering the past 10 years of my trips into Africa.

Warwick

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    PREFACE

    In 1980 Bishop Stephen Bradley sent me on my first mission trip into Africa. Little did he realize that that trip would place a spark in my life which over the years would become a raging fire – a deep love for Africa and for bringing the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ to her. 

     

    TRAVELLING AND BEING IN AFRICA IS AMAZING

    - Ferry crossing into Zambia      Missionary graves, Malawi      

    But in 2000 the Lord opened doors for me to travel into Africa, visiting Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Rwanda, Kenya, Malawi and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Last year, in the Cathedral in Lubumbashi I knelt down and dedicated my remaining years to serve Africa. These journals are from the heart, explaining my passion to teach the Bible, the sheer joy of visiting these countries, so I hope you enjoy reading them.  Helen Blakeslee wrote:

                “I go to AFRICA not for fame and prominence, but because I am attached to Jesus Christ in a love that knows no sacrifice too great to be made: that men and women everywhere throughout AFRICA may know of and come to posses the wonderful inheritance he has won for them on the Cross. I go to AFRICA because I believe her people to be worthy of the most heroic effort that can be put forth to save them.”

    My hero David Livingstone wrote:

    “I am a missionary, heart, and soul. God had an only Son and He was a missionary and a physician. I am a poor, poor imitation of Him, or wish to be. In this service I hope to live, in it I wish to die.”

    Here then are my journals covering the past 10 years of my trips into Africa.

     

     

     

    Warwick

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