The third challenge I am delighted to report was overcome thanks to tenacity and good old fashioned patience on behalf of Colin and me, and the welcome sight of Chris Scutt at Chileka airport, to pick us up, get us a coffee and to take us on a stunningly beautiful sunset drive through Blantyre, out to Limbe and Chigumula Market where the YWAM base is located.Just a few brief comments on the flight – visa authorization, it’s a long way to Lilongwe, and down the revolution, or anything that prevents our homeward flight from happening!It is both strange, exciting and full of promise to meet new people at the YWAM base, get a sense of what God is already doing, and see familiar faces – say hi to Hannah, Chris’ wife and her children (who didn’t remember us but who talked a lot). I don’t want to close off the possibility of anything happening, but I also don’t want to force anything.John 5:23 “All should honour the Son just as they honour the Father.” I am so struck too by Jesus’s statement that “the Father judges no one but has committed all judgement to the Son.”Tired now to reflect more – we had a good meal with the Scutts and with a visiting speaker for the training school, who is usually at the Cape Town base and runs lots of School of Biblical Studies courses there. Hopefully we can both get some sleep tonight…
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