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What a night..
December 17, 2007, 3:08 am
Filed under: Principles of Youth Ministry

Tonight “Bro. Aaron” from Project North Africa preached at our church. It was one of the most phenomenal services that I have ever been in. I do not say that lightly. I have been in many great church services, missions conferences, and camps.

Because it is late I will be brief. He told about his last year in Morocco. Which you can read about in his new book “Ramblings from North Africa”. You can order one by calling us at the church office, 770-456-5881. Aaron is one of the hardest working servant I know. I have known him for almost 7 years and he has always been a challenge to me to try something new and to give my all.

Tonight he preached on “Get alone, get out numbered, and swing you sword” He told how he and his wife are out numbered as Jonathan was in the Bible. Aaron exhibits a great balance in ministry. In the things he can control he works as hard as possible. In the things he can not control he looks to God to bless and gives Him credit for doing the work.

He moved to Morocco. He learned Arabic as fast as possible. He witnesses daily. He invests his time into disciples. He relys on God to give the increase and give Him complete credit when the work is done. What an example of understanding the role of man and of God in the ministry!

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