Aynaki continues his story: “The more we progress with SHARE Evangelism, the more the Holy Spirit makes us discover about its efficacy in the process of touching the unreached with the Gospel of Christ. We have completed the first step—training—and this has opened the opportunity to put into practice the achievements of the training process and the impact we are expecting–that is to reach a large number with the Gospel and establish new churches. Our office will be a resource center to help and accompany this process.” He reports that their office has already received many requests for training in neighboring countries like Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya and other places in DR Congo. They plan to cover Africa and go beyond to Asia, Pakistan, Nepal, and the world. They are certainly implementing the meaning of SHARE, which is Serving Him And Reaching Everyone. More importantly, they are following the mandate of the Great Commission which says, Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age. Matthew 28:19-20 NIV
The best testimonies come from those who are experiencing results. Sebastien Eca is among the first group of trainees. He says: “I had been taught to go preach the Gospel as part of the Great Commission. The previous result was meager because, to reach many with the Gospel, it took a lot of time and sacrifice. I received the SHARE Evangelism training and decided to use my computing skills to test the SHARE methods. I took my laptop computer, trekked 9 km (5½ miles) to the next village, and trained young women and children in using computers. I didn’t charge them anything, and every time I worked with them I found it easy to preach the Gospel to many. The village chief and the trainees have just asked me to plant a church there. They gave me the plot for free.” Sebastien is asking for prayer support because he would like to open a center whereby he can continue using the SHARE Evangelism method to share the Gospel as he shares life skills. Pray also that he will find a way to get computers and tools he needs to start building a meeting place for the new church. He closes with “Viva SHARE Evangelism.”
Meanwhile, Aynaki is busy teaching in a Bible School. He reports, “I have good news at this time. We have just decided to use SHARE as a curriculum course in our Bible school. His next action is to take the team to Fizi for training. He comments that “We go where others don’t go.” (He sounds a lot like my husband, Rick!) Aynaki’s narrative continues as follows:
Now that the office is set up and the staff is trained, it is time to go out where others don’t go. We packed up the van and topped it off with the ever-popular and essential empty jugs commonly used for cooking oil, petrol (gasoline), or for hauling water. These jugs are great relationship builders to share with people we meet along the way.
Aynaki concludes with this: “Now I need to visit the work we started, to see the outcome of their training. Pray for me as this is big work which requires a lot of sacrifice. I believe with God, it shall be well.