This is a first for me as I never re-blog religious content being a committed atheist. This is a post from a very old friend of mine who I knew before I saw the dark and was a believer. He still talks to me despite my disturbing lack of faith. I know quiet a few of my regular readers are Christians so thought you might enjoy reading this. I found it very interesting and well written even as a non-believer. So pop over and have a read, you could even throw him a few likes if you are felling inclined.
I receive the Scripture Union prayer diary. One of the days it asked us to pray for Guadians of Ancora and it being translated into Albanian. The prayer request asked us to, ‘Please pray that many children meet Jesus in their own language’. This, of course is a good thing, more children being able to understand the bible in their own language. Also to have it delivered in a medium that was familiar to them, through the use of a platform game.
This is what children and youth workers are doing day in and day out in their places of work. Whether English or Albanian or any other language, workers are bringing the good news of Jesus to those God has given into their care. Over the years we have seen children’s and youth work morph and change through lots of different styles and practices, some you will agree have…
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