There’s nothing like going to your own church on Sabbath. It’s comfortable because you enjoy worshiping God with people you know.
There’s also nothing like visiting a church far from home. Imagine visiting this little church, started by Global Mission pioneers, in Sojwe (pronounced SO-jay), Botswana.
The membership is growing fast, so they will need to buy more chairs soon. Adults and children are seated together for song service. There is no piano, but they don’t really need one. The song leader keeps time by thumping her Bible. Everyone seems to know all the words to each hymn. They sing in loud, full voices with lots of harmony.
Global Mission pioneers are local people who dedicate at least one year to starting new churches in areas or among people groups where there is little or no Adventist presence.
Mission 360° features inspiring stories about mission work.
One day while Rajah was holding a Bible study, a mob approached his house, brandishing sticks and swords.