Our team pours out their lives every single day. Whether it’s under a mango tree in a village, sitting patiently in a government office, or making a bed up for an incoming guest. Each task is equally important and equally gives glory to God. Our leadership knows that living a life that is constantly being poured out requires time to be poured into. Revival requires one who is already walking in it.
Are you a good storyteller? I wouldn’t call myself the greatest but several of my friends are amazing at it. They can take the smallest event and weave it into a magical tale! A good story can transport us into another world or make even the dullest event come to life. However, what’s the difference between a story and a testimony?
The Zambian culture is very complex and diverse. With over 70 different tribes in one country, you learn living here that each one is similar yet different. However, greetings play a big role in every single one. Conversations are never rushed and there are countless ways to say “hello.”
One thing I love is the handshake. Zambians have a specific handshake that they greet each other with. It’s kind of like being in a secret club. If you don’t know it, you quickly fumble through, wondering “what the heck just happened?”