THIS is the day of salvation.
THIS is the day of His visitation. THIS
is the hour of Mali's encounter with the living God! Yes, right
now all we see is a Muslim country where witchcraft is practiced
by the whole population, where Christians and churches are few and
make little difference, where locusts and droughts are ravaging
the land, leaving whole villages without food, plagued by hunger.
And YET, what is GOD'S perspective? What does
GOD see? Can you see it with the eyes of faith? Can you see a whole
country turn to God? Can you see the river of His Spirit flooding
the land? Can you see His kingdom come with signs, wonders and miracles
to confirm His word?
Now you can actually come IN PERSON to see it with your
OWN eyes. Dr. Cliff Pash of Advancing The Kingdom is taking
a team to Mali in November – and it's not too late to join
8-22 Bamako & Timbuktu
(including a visit to Djenne and Dogonland)
You will arrive in Bamako on Nov 8, where I will
pick you up from the airport. As of now, the whole team is staying
at my house. Our 4-day open-air meetings start
on Nov 9, where Cliff will preach the good news of the kingdom on
a field that can hold a couple of thousands of people, most of whom
will be Muslim. In the mornings, Nov 10-12, there will be a conference
for pastors, leaders and Christians with the topic of "What
must we do to do the works of God?"
After two more services in local churches on Sunday (one of them
the one I'm pastoring), we're leaving Bamako to drive to Timbuktu
on Monday morning, stopping to see the famous mosque in Djenne,
as well as taking in many other sights and sounds. After a night
in Sévaré/Mopti, we will make our way to Timbuktu,
with the roads getting worse the farther we go towards the Sahara
desert. On Wednesday we will have a day of sightseeing in Timbuktu,
before the conference and open air meetings start on Thursday. After
3 intense days, where you will have another opportunity
to be God's hands and pray for people, we will leave Timbuktu on
Sunday to drive to Sévaré/Mopti, where we will spend
On Monday, we will see one of the most awesome landscapes in Mali
(there aren't too many any more) – Dogonland
– where also some remarkable people live, building their houses
on cliffs. Emmanuel, a native Dogon, will accompany us on the whole
trip. After another night in Sévaré/Mopti, you will
fly to Bamako, where you will catch your flight back to Paris (and
If you're coming from the US, please contact Dr.
Cliff Pash at firstname.lastname@example.org
to join his team. The projected costs are $3100. Click here
to read Cliff's email announcement on the Mali trip.
If you're coming from Europe, please send me an
email. You will have to book your own flight and add another 700EUR
(current approximation) for your time in Mali.
COME, GO WHERE NOBODY HAS GONE BEFORE AND BRING THE GOOD
NEWS OF THE KINGDOM TO UNREACHED PEOPLES!
Timbuktu is so well-known because it used to have the most famous
Muslim university in all of Africa. It is still a stronghold of
the enemy, lying in the area that is hardest hit by drought, locusts
and famine. There are only three little churches barely making it
– and you should their excitement that FINALLY SOMEbody is
coming to their town as ambassadors of Christ!
Could you be one?