This summer has been a special time at the CLC campus in Fort Washington. We’ve had the privilege of having several of our CLC team members from around the world visiting and sharing in our morning prayer meetings. Today over 90% of CLC worldwide is led by nationals carrying on the work begun by cross-cultural missionaries over 60 years ago. These leaders are doing a dynamic job and are truly my spirtual heroes as well as my brothers and sisters in ministry. The stories of faith they have shared with us are such an encouragement to our team here in the USA. We work hard to serve our collegues in CLC in over 50 countries around the globe and do not always know what the results of our efforts are. It is amazing to me how small initiatives on our part have had significant impact far beyond our expectations.
From left to right: Christopher Robert (the national director of CLC India known there as Evangelical Literature Service), John and Mercy (who haved served in the Bombay shop for over 30 years), Mary (their daughter who lives in Baltimore) and Mary’s two beautiful daughters
Jusu-Wai Sawi, the national director for CLC in Sierra Leone, West Africa, with me for discussions on future strategic intiatives between our two countries