Saturday, January 29, 2011

No Reserves, No Retreats, No Regrets

It's hard to believe our time with the Kaohsiung CI is coming to a close. As we have only one day left, we are working to make the most of every opportunity we have to share Christ. It is difficult to be always giving everything we have to these kids, but we are all learning to rely on God for strength.

Today started out with a late wake up and the wonderful breakfast we have enjoyed all week at the hotel. For wisdom search, the guys went to a park and enjoyed the sunshine. During the afternoon we learned about the next city we are going to, called Hualien. The people there are predominantly aboriginal and are fairly isolated from the rest of the world. We are excited about the opportunity to witness to many children who may not have a clear idea of the gospel. Tonight we focused on learning about suffering. For our skit the story of Joseph was told and a creative manner. I was the body while tow others hidden behind a curtain were my arms. The provided much amusement to the children as the three of us worked together to provide a coherent interpretations of the story. At the same time we prayed it would give them important material to think about.

This trip as been an exciting time to watch God work in every real ways. It is my goal to be treating every moment as a unique gift from God so I can leave Taiwan, as William Border said, with "No reserve, no retreats and no regrets."

Dan Wright

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