A lali is a wooden drum carved from a single piece of wood. It is used by Fijian tribes to communicate with one another. They use different rhythms to announce births, deaths and wars. Lali drums are also used to call the people of an area together for community events such as church services. Wouldn’t it be great if we could just beat drums to announce the good news of salvation through Christ? But no; the gospel is too complicated for drums. Making disciples takes dedication, hard work, and patience. The gospel must be communicated by proclaiming God’s Word. Not only that; its truth must be evidenced in our lives. Let me tell you about our activities in May. I will also tell about how our graduates are reaching out to the community and how our students are spreading the Gospel even while they are being trained. Read More.
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