“I felt like I’d been waiting my whole life…”

“Spiritual Fathering” was the theme of the Central European YWAM conference last week in Slovakia. It really affirmed to my heart with what I’m doing here in Sarajevo. So I’m feeling both excited and sobered to be raising a handful of spiritual sons in this part of the world.

Today I spent a few hours with “Nathaniel”, the young Bosnian friend I mentioned earlier. He’s volunteered to share his story with a group of university students next week. It’s a very courageous thing for him since former Muslims can come under a lot of pressure and ridicule when they make a decision to follow Christ. Please pray for him. He told me today that the first time I mentioned the name “Jesus” to him he felt like it was something he’d been waiting for his whole life.

One thought on ““I felt like I’d been waiting my whole life…””

  1. You are not a priest or pastor, but you are a great preacher of Gospel. Not just with the words. There is something in you, in your presence. You know that I don’t have a good opinion about majority of those western missionares here in Sarajevo. I don’t trust them. But I trust you! It’s great thing to have you here. You are a huge blessing for us.
    Dominus tibi benedicas!


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