Institutionalising Consistency in Raising a New Generation
In the year 1999, I told my wife that we must leave Aba to start a new life with a desire to raise a new generation.
We have been consistent in doing that beyond the brick and mortar system of ministry. However, we need to transfer the anointing and grace to reliable men and women, who are able to teach others this concept of Developmental Christianity in an organised and institutionalised manner.
The difference between the developed societies and Africa, particularly south of the equator, is lack of documentation and institutionalization of ideas, concepts, and techniques.
Each generation grapples in the dark to find their way out into the limelight. Those with institutionalized reference points would have climbed far because they had informational leverage.
When the Muslims were creating libraries in Timbuktu and the University of Al-Karaouine in Fez, all in Africa, what did the Christians do?
Let’s not only enjoy the orange; let’s plant an orchard.
God Bless You.