Remember Jayne, the AIM missionary who Sam and Sawyer installed solar panels for in October? We asked if we could spend some time in her village for more exposure to Basotho language and culture. We walked away amazed by her love for the people, her love for the Lord, and God's love for His creation. Jayne started pursuing missions when she was 57 years old, finally fulfilling the call she felt as a little girl. Over the last 7 years, Jayne's love for Christ and for the Basotho people has made her beat all odds. She speaks Sesotho with fluency and the people in her village of Molumong have embraced her as their own. We learned so much about the fulfillment of immense possibilities if you set your heart to what God is calling you to do.
Jayne set up for us to work with students from a local vocational school on our second day there. Sam worked with the young men on a shelter for Jayne's truck to keep snow off of it during the harsh winter months. I gave my testimony and read from John 6 before teaching some new recipes to the 35 girls who are learning how to cater. We talked about what Jesus meant when he said, "I am the bread of life. He who comes to me will never go hungry, and he who believes in me will never be thirsty". It adds a whole new dimension to explain this to friendlies who DO have hungry tummies. How can Jesus be telling the truth if he says one won't go hungry?
We talked about hunger in the tummy and hunger in your soul, the type that makes you hunger to know why you exist and what your purpose in life is. That type of hunger, for me, was satisfied when I was 16 and Christ changed my life. Yes, my tummy may be hungry. But my soul is not hungry for the answers to those questions anymore. Christ satisfied that life hunger when he saved me and when he made it abundantly clear to me when he said, "The Spirit gives life; the flesh counts for nothing. The words I have spoken to you are spirit and they are life." John 6:63.
|MAF pilot, Justin Honaker, hooked us up with a smooth flight out to the village.|
|Jayne's home and her truck, Tarzan. Jayne has no running water and gets her drinking water from a spring behind her house. The solar panels on her roof give her enough power to run her fridge and charge her computer.|
|Jayne's guest house has sometimes been shelter to the neglected and homeless.|
|Making my mama's rolls!|
|Creating Tarzan's shelter.|
|The catering students take a break :)|
|Each day ended with a 2 hour language lesson from Abuti Lebohang. He was an excellent teacher!|
"For my Father's will is that everyone who looks to the Son and believes in him
shall have eternal life, and I will raise him up at the last day." John 6:40