These verses spoken by Jesus are commonly referred to as the Great Commission. He commands Christians to go out into the world and share the Gospel. On September 17, eight students from Holy Trinity Classical Christian School, myself included, were blessed to meet some of the people who have dedicated their lives to fulfilling this commission.
Twelve Christian leaders from
When our guests arrived from Charleston, we met in the Parish Church of Saint Helena and had a brief worship service. We had a homily and sang songs both in English and in Swahili. During one song, the various clergy sang the phrase “My Lord is good, He is good to me” in their native languages while the rest of us echoed. It was astounding to hear how many languages were known within that one room.
After the worship service, we students from Holy Trinity
After concluding at the church, we all walked to Bay Street to enjoy some frozen yogurt at YoYo’s. We spoke with our visitors about their countries and they asked us more about Holy Trinity and our plans for the future. I spoke with the Rev. Canon, Dr. Andrea Mueller, and Dr. Gloria Kwashi about the languages
It was an amazing experience to get to meet these leaders who minister in countries and situations that we could never fathom. They shared about their lives as
Our student blogger, Caroline O’Neal, is in the 9th grade at HTCCS.