I had nose bleed every morning. It was the gushing kind. Abohna looked into the toilet bowl and said “Wow! Too much blood daddy.” Helen got violently ill in the middle of the night. Abohna suddenly refused to go to school. He ended up missing one day and went late the next day. All that drama abruptly ended when Pastor Jun and I drove off to the airport to fly to Lesotho. Pastor Jun also shared that it also was an eventful week leading up to the trip. We were in agreement that “S*omebody (*atan)” doesn’t want I’m Precious to Jesus Campaign to happen in Lesotho.
As soon as we got on the plane, everything went as smooth as a well edited movie. We could see God had prepared it for us. Pastor Jun had arranged a meeting with Integrated Programmes Director, Mafupu Mokoena, of World Vision Lesotho to implement the campaign in Lesotho. Pastor Jun and I had decided to focus on the impacts the rape has on children and how to protect them through empowering men (Righteous Assembly) during the presentation. Ms. Mokoena and her team were very impressed and asked us to draw up a detailed proposal.
We spent the rest of the time with missionary Uksu Kim’s family. Oh, the lovely children he had.
It was another big step in Lesotho after the children’s march last November.