Here is the latest on Mountain Bible Church’s sojourn in Africa:
Todd Brown continues his mission in The Gambia, and Mark Adams has joined the team in Niger after a one-month visit in Central African Republic. Todd is worshipping God with his drums (and delighting local youth with his beats) and teaching evangelism to Youth With a Mission (YWAM) team members. Meanwhile, the group in Niger has begun a five-day medical training for people of two West African tribes (the names of the tribes are not mentioned for security reasons). Continue to pray for our work, that the testimony of Jesus Christ might shine brightly.
Information and updates about Todd Brown can be found at his blog, DrummingfortheNations.com.
Information about the team in Niger arrives principally in Pastor John Haak’s e-mail updates. To receive a copy, e-mail him at mountainbible @ gmail (dot) com, or read his week-four report (press here).
Also, members are posting pictures and updates at Facebook.
Here are some videos and pictures from Mark Adams’s sojourn through Central African Republic and Niger:
1. One of the trainees, a man named Sadou who is a nurse, likes to play on Mark’s guitar:
His music is the soundtrack for this video of the medical training:
2. Photos from Mark’s travels are posted at his Flickr account. These include photos from his time in CAR and Niger.
3. Here are the two parts of Mark’s back-up sermon, which would have been shown on Sunday, had we not been able to establish a Skype connection. These are “unlisted” on YouTube, so please only share this page at MountainBible.com if you wish to share about our travels.
4. Here is a picture montage of a refugee art project in Bangui, Central African Republic. The short-term project was taught a distant cousin of Hama’s.